Brad Paisley is back in the studio. After releasing the No. 1 Moonshine in the Trunk album last year, the singer has revealed that he is already working on a new project.

"Started recording a new album," Paisley writes on Twitter. "Thought you should know. Oh, I should also probably tell my record label."

While it's unclear if Paisley really hasn't already discussed his new record with his longtime label, Arista Records, the "Country Nation" singer famously went behind his label's back (or so he said) by releasing parts of Moonshine in the Trunk online before the disc's official release date.

No matter what, chances are good that Paisley's label will approve of whatever he records.

“They’ve just given me a lot of creative control historically ... In my case, I was always able to do what I want. I probably would have walked away if they hadn’t let me just sort of be me,” he says. “I had an idea going in what I wanted to be, and I was very lucky to be at a place where they just said, ‘Yeah, you can do that.'”

Paisley will wrap up his extended Country Nation College Tour on Friday night (Oct. 16). He is currently serving as a mentor for Blake Shelton's team for Season 9 of The Voice, and he will also return, along with good friend Carrie Underwood, for the eighth time, to co-host the 2015 CMA Awards in early November.

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