Kip Moore is lending his name, and face, to a worthwhile cause. The singer has joined forces with CASE Construction Equipment to represent their Dire States infrastructure development program, aimed to develop and improve parks and educational facilities all over the country.

"[They're] not pretentious," Moore explains of his involvement. "Not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get in the trenches, to deliver what really matters to people. It's an honor for me to work with good people like that and especially those who give back to the community."

More information on the program is available here.

Moore will have a busy 2014. In addition to his partnership with CASE, he is also working on his sophomore album, while touring the country with Lady Antebellum on their Take Me Downtown Tour.

“It’s a very, very intense record,” he says of the upcoming project. “I feel like the first one, once you got past ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck’ and ‘Beer Money,’ there was a lot of nostalgia and reminiscing. It was kinda moody and ambient. This one is intense. There’s more gritty guitar tones. It speaks more to the present, where the last one was more of a looking-back record. I feel like I cover better topics than I did on the first one, too. It’s not going to be for everybody, but I think the fans of what we’ve been doing are gonna love it.”

Moore has already released the album's debut single, 'Young Love,' as well as the tune's accompanying video.

Keep track of his concert schedule here.