Kip Moore has a brand-new song at country radio. The singer has released his next single, "More Girls Like You."

Written by Moore, Steven Olsen, David Garcia and Josh Miller and produced by Moore and Garcia, "More Girls Like You" is a mid-tempo tune with a steady beat that finds Moore musing about how there's a steadying presence for every wild child out there.

"God made / Girls like you, make guys like me / Wanna reach for the brightest star, set it on a ring," Moore sings in the song's chorus. "Put it on your hand, grab a piece of land / And raise few / More girls like you."

"More Girls Like You" will be going for adds at country radio on Feb. 21; Moore has not yet released the song on an album or EP.

"I've never been that guy looking for a relationship, and solitude has never scared me. I've never bought into the societal pressure of following the A, B and C steps of life, but I still look forward to the family chapter,” Moore says in a press release. "This song is about meeting that someone you find so amazing inside and out, that you can only pray the kids you have together are just as amazing as she is. That's the kind of woman I hope to end up with."

Although Moore said near the end of 2016 that he was looking to take some time off in 2017, he said in the fall that he was working on a new album, which, at the time, he hoped to have out in late spring. Moore's latest full-length album, Wild Ones, was released in 2015; in October of 2016, he released an EP, Underground.

Listen to Kip Moore, "More Girls Like You":

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