Luke Bryan’s “Like We Ain’t Ever” Released

Country superstar Luke Bryan has announced the release of a new EP album, Like We Ain’t Ever, coinciding with his annual Spring Break concerts in Panama City, Fla.

The reigning Entertainer of the Year just released his album Crash My Party a few months back.

The album is Bryan’s sixth spring break album, not including his four previously recorded studio albums.

It features (coincidentally) six all-new songs; She Get Me High, Like We Ain’t Ever, Night One, Are You Leaving With Him, Good Lookin Girl and The Sand I Brought To The Beach.

Every year, Bryan travels south to Spinnaker’s Beach Club to perform two free concerts for fans that are soaking up the sun in Florida.

His two shows last year brought a total of more than 120,000 bikini clad girls and board short sporting boys.

A TV special of his Spring Break concerts aired on CMT last year, to allow fans all around the world to experience the sandy concerts.

Like We Ain’t Ever is meant to hold fans over until his next full album, Bryan explained on his website. He pulled the project together quickly, but says that the quality didn’t suffer.

“These special EP’s all began as a way to get new music out to the fans between studio projects,” he writes on the website. “I feel like year after year we get a little bit better at writing for this.”

The album is available on iTunes and Amazon, just in time for the start of warm weather on the east coast and as the countdown for summer begins.

What is your favorite Luke Bryan song?

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