Current CMA Awards nominee Brett Young has released “Ticket To L.A.,” available everywhere digitally: https://BrettYoung.lnk.to/TTLALyric. The title track for his upcoming sophomore album, due Dec. 7 on BMLG Records, expands on a personal connection to the city, as his Southern California roots have had a major influence on his music. Painting the story of strangers sparking up a conversation and falling for each other while waiting to catch a flight at the airport, Young co-wrote “Ticket To L.A.” alongside Zach Crowell and Jon Nite.
“I knew we had to name the album after ‘Ticket To L.A.’ because that title sums up such a big part of my life,” Young told Billboard, which exclusively premiered the track. “I’ve spent a lot of hours flying back home to Los Angeles from Nashville. It was a tough season when I first made the move, but so much has changed in my life since then, and I’m in such a happy place. I think you can feel that shift in the new music too, so I can’t wait for people to hear to the album.
“Ticket To L.A.” is Young’s second offering from his forthcoming album of the same name, which features his current single “Here Tonight.” Fans can pre-order the 13-track project now on BrettYoungMusic.com, where a limited number of destination bundles are available.