Garth Brooks is giving his fans a reason to party with his new single, "All Day Long."

The superstar is throwing it back to his early days with the new song, which he co-wrote with Mitch Rossell and Bryan Kennedy. The song opens with an electric guitar lick and jumps right into party mode, with Brooks leading the charge for good times.

"Somebody's got to start the weekend / Somebody's got to unwind / Somebody's got to find that honky-tonk out on the county line," he sings in the opening lines.

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Brooks let fans know a new single was coming during 2018 CMA Fest, and he revealed the title of "All Day Long" during his weekly Inside Studio G Facebook Live broadcast on Monday night (June 19). He shared the clip above to Instagram Monday night, teasing fans with the song's hook, "I can do this night life all day long."

The country legend has kept his promise of giving fans the kind of energy that powered classic hits like "Two of a Kind (Workin' on a Full House)," "Ain't Goin' Down (Til the Sun Comes Up)' and "Callin' Baton Rouge."

"All Day Long" debuts at country radio on Tuesday (June 19), and it's available via Amazon Music Unlimited. It's the first single from an upcoming album Brooks will release in 2019, which is also available for pre-order for just $10 for a limited time. Fans who order now will receive instant downloads of "All Day Long" and another new song titled "The Road I'm On," which will open the shows on his upcoming tour.

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