Pop star Andy Grammer has enlisted the help of the Eli Young Band for a re-release of his single "Honey I'm Good." The country-tinged tune, which was originally released to pop radio last November, is now being re-released to country radio, with guest vocals from the EYB's Mike Eli.

"I always felt this song was country at its core," the 31-year-old Grammer tells People. "Being in the studio with the Eli Young Band, I finally got to hear it come home."

Eli reveals that the band was immediately taken with the idea of remixing the song.

"We fell in love with it before Andy ever asked us to be part of this release," he says. "Andy is an incredible singer and one heck of a songwriter, so we couldn't be happier to help expand upon what he's already accomplished. We can't wait for everyone to hear the new version."

Grammer, who co-wrote "Honey I'm Good" with Nolan Sipe, originally included the song on his 2014 Magazines or Novels record. The platinum-selling track made it all the way to the top of the charts.

This new tune is the Eli Young Band's first since signing with the Valory Music Co.; their last EP, Turn It On, was released on Republic Nashville in March. The band is spending much of the summer on the road; a full list of dates is available on their website.

The country version of "Honey I'm Good" is available for download on iTunes.

Listen to Andy Grammer and the Eli Young Band, "Honey I'm Good":