Brad Paisley's latest promotional stunt is really out of this world. The singer enlisted the help of an astronaut to leak a track from his upcoming album from the Kennedy Space Center.

Paisley has been debuting songs from 'Moonshine in the Trunk' in all kinds of various ways, including posting some online without permission from his record company. He traveled to the Kennedy Space Center and drafted NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman, who currently resides on the International Space Station, to share a new track that's appropriately titled 'American Flag on the Moon.'

In the background was historic launch pad 39A, where the first men who landed on the moon departed from Earth.

The singer tweeted a link to the song, to which Reid quickly replied.

The song invites Americans to dream big again and "believe in impossible things" because, as Paisley sings, "I mean, after all, there's an American flag on the moon."

'Moonshine in the Trunk' is set for release on Monday (Aug. 25). It is currently available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon. Fans who pre-order will receive four tracks for instant download before the album is released.