Paisley goes to the "River Bank"
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Paisley goes to the "River Bank"

Friday, April 4, 2014 – Brad Paisley released a new single today, "River Bank," from an upcoming album.

The easy going song, which clocks in at 2:50, has a swampy feel. Paisley wrote the song with long-time songwriting partner Kelley Lovelace. The song concerns a couple, who can live their easy going life just fine, but have dreams of winning it big in the lottery.

"River Bank" goes for adds on April 14.

Paisley released four singles from last year's "Wheelhouse": "Southern Comfort Zone," "Beat This Summer," "I Can't Change the World" and "The Mona Lisa." "Southern Comfort Zone" hit 10 on Billboard and "Beat This Summer" 9, but the other two were 33 and 24 respectively. The disc also included the controversial tune, 'Accidental Racist' with LL Cool J.

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