Jimmie Allen is set to release his much-anticipated debut album, Mercury Lane, this fall! The up-and-coming singer-songwriter has been making big waves since he dropped his debut single, "Best Shot," in 2017. More than half of Allen's 15-track album was co-written by the artist.

It's been a long road for Allen, who lived in his car for a time when he first came to Nashville. He nods to his friends and family back home for the success that he is finding today.

Below, we've rounded up all the details about Mercury Lane. Read on to learn everything we know about the album!

The Title

Allen named his album Mercury Lane after the street where he grew up, the place he says created him as a person.

"Mercury Lane is where my journey began. All of the fundamental life lessons that shaped my values and make me who I am today, I was taught on that street — its where I learned about love, family, life, how to believe in myself, the concept of never giving up, following your dreams and being a good person,” Allen shares in a press release. “This album touches on all of those ideals and truly feels like I’m sharing a piece of my heart with the world. I’ve been working toward this moment for so long; I can’t wait to share it with everyone.”

The Release Date

Mercury Lane will be released on Oct. 12. It can be pre-ordered now.

The Record Label

Allen is signed to Stoney Creek Records/BBR Music Group and will release Mercury Lane on that label.

The Producer

Mercury Lane was produced by Ash Bowers and Eric Torres.

The Album Cover

BBR Music Group

The Mercury Lane album cover features Allen in an embroidered denim shirt and baseball cap, with the faded backdrop of a Mercury Lane street sign behind him.

The Single

Allen's debut single, "Best Shot," was originally included on his self-titled EP; however, it will also appear on Mercury Lane.

The Songs

With his album announcement, Allen also shared the song "Make Me Want To," which is one of six tracks that are instant downloads with pre-orders of Mercury Lane. It's a playful song with lyrics that capture Allen's flirtatious side: "Long legs, cutoff jeans / Pullin' me in like a magnet / Your eyes locked on me / I knew I better had to have you / Right here in the middle of the floor / With this hole in the wall on a backstreet / I knew I had to get close to you."

Allen co-wrote eight of the 15 tracks on the project, collaborating with songwriting greats including Shane McAnally, Casey Beathard and Natalie Hemby, among others.

Jimmie Allen, Mercury Lane Track Listing:

  1. “American Heartbreaker” (Jimmie Allen, Lance Miller, Chris Stevens, Ash Bowers)
  2. “Make Me Want To” (Jimmie Allen, Paul Sikes, Jennifer Denmark)
  3. “Deserve to Be” (Jimmie Allen, Danielle Blakey, Tripp Howell)
  4. “How to Be Single” (Natalie Hemby, Shane McAnally, Jimmy Robbins)
  5. “Wait for It” (Ash Bowers, Thom McHugh, Steve Williams)
  6. “High Life” (Lance Miller, Brett Warren, Brad Warren, Chris Stevens)
  7. “21” (Brandon Hood, Josh Jenkins, Ash Bowers)
  8. “Underdogs” (Ash Bowers, Brandon Lay, Jonathan Singleton)
  9. “Like You Do” (Jimmie Allen, JP Williams, Josh London, Jason Mizell)
  10. “Back of Your Mind” (Jimmie Allen, Matthew McVaney, Devin Tolentino)
  11. “Boy Gets a Truck” (Ash Bowers, Aaron Scherz)
  12. “County Lines” (Brett Tyler, Ben Burgess, Matt Dragstrem)
  13. “Best Shot” (Jimmie Allen, Josh London, JP Williams)
  14. “Warrior” (Jimmie Allen, Casey Beathard, Ash Bowers)
  15. “All Tractors Ain’t Green” (Jimmie Allen, Brandon Hood, Tim Nichols)

The Tour

Hit up Allen's official website for more details on upcoming tour dates.