Watch Brett Eldredge Talk New Music and Challenge Hunter Hayes to Name His Next Album
By Sophie Schillaci
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Brett Eldredge hopes that his new song makes you lose your mind -- literally!
"My new song is called 'Lose My Mind,' which is a very insane, crazy song, [like] nothing that I've touched yet with any of my music," the singer told ET recently. "It makes you wanna go crazy and lose your mind when you hear it, hopefully. It's only two minutes and 28 seconds or so [but] it's very intense. I want you to hear it and I want you to play it again -- until you go absolutely crazy."
The infectious song is Eldredge's first single off his upcoming sophomore album.
"There are parts of my album that are more story songs, like my first album," he said. "There's some heartbreak in there, but there's definitely some more growth in this record for me and trying out some different stuff."
ET caught up with the (very funny) 29-year-old at the ACMs' Superstar Duets taping, where Eldredge teamed up with labelmate Hunter Hayes for a medley of Marty Robbins hits. The pair, who have collaborated on-stage several times previously, have a serious bromance brewing and couldn’t stop gushing about each others' talents.
"Any chance you get to stand on stage with that voice, you take advantage of that," Hayes said of the "Mean to Me" singer.
"I could hang with this guy anytime," Eldredge echoed. "He's an awesome cat, and an amazing singer and guitar player."