Darius will soon release his newest single, and it's sure to give everyone an up-tempo preview of what's to come on his newest album.
The track titled "Homegrown Honey" was written with Nathan Chapman and Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley, and it shows a new side to Darius' music. In an interview with Rolling Stone Country, Darius explains, "It's a little different for me. It's not one of those family songs — it's really a country party song."
Darius has been hard at work in preparation for his fourth country solo album and has written about 60 songs from which he'll have to pick and choose 12 to 15 for the album. "Homegrown Honey," along with 5 or 6 other songs, have already made the cut, thanks to producer Frank Rogers. Darius has had Frank Rogers produce his previous three solo country records with great success, so having him on board for this album was a no-brainer. "Frank does great Darius records," Darius tells Rolling Stone Country, "I can't go in to record with the attitude that I want to sound different. It's all about the songs for me. I want great songs. And if we have great songs, then Frank is the genius and does what he does."
On August 25th, "Homegrown Honey" will be released and more information on the album will be coming up in October.
Get the whole story from Rolling Stone Country here.