Kenny Chesney is on a roll. Fresh off the success of three consecutive No. 1 hits -- "American Kids," "'Til It's Gone" and "Wild Child" -- from his The Big Revival album, Chesney has released a brand-new single, "Save It for a Rainy Day."

The fun, uptempo tune, with lines like, "'Cause the sun's too bright, the sky's too blue / Beer's too cold to be thinking 'bout you / Gonna take this heartbreak and tuck it away / Save it for a rainy day," fits perfectly with Chesney's theme for the entire record.

“There’s so much more to country than trucks, creek beds and cut-offs,” Chesney notes. “That stuff is fun, but when you look at how people really dig in and work, the things they face every day, you wanna remind ’em how hardcore they really are, show ’em that and also show ’em that you know there’s more to ’em than people might think.”

The Tennessee native is currently on his 2015 The Big Revival Tour, with Brantley Gilbert, Old DominionJake OwenChase Rice and Cole Swindell serving as his opening acts at various stops and Jason Aldean and Eric Church co-headlining some stadium dates. Chesney also already has at least one date booked on the calendar for next year: The singer has been announced as a headliner of the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival.

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