Whether you're in the mood for heartbreak songs, adoring love songs, ballads or anthems, country music has you covered this week. Read on to check out all the latest singles!

Morgan Wallen, "Whiskey Glasses":

Morgan Wallen’s “Whiskey Glasses” is about trying to drink away the pain of a breakup. "I'mma need some whiskey glasses / 'Cause I don't wanna see the truth / She's probably making out on the couch right now / With someone new,” Wallen sings, making a play on words. “Yeah, I'mma need some whiskey glasses / If I'm gonna make it through / If I'mma be single, I'mma need a double shot of that heartbreak proof ..." Wallen’s “Whiskey Glasses” is going for radio adds on July 30; the song was written by Kevin Kadish and Ben Burgess.

Chase Rice, "Eyes on You": 

Chase Rice is laying his love on thick in his single "Eyes on You." In the song, Rice sings about how, no matter what, there is only one woman who can catch his eye. “No matter where we go / No matter what we do / If you're there, girl, I've got my eyes on you,” he sings. “Don't matter where we've been / No, there ain't no better view / Than you in my arms with my eyes on you.” “Eyes on You” was written by Rice, Ashley Gorley and Chris DeStefano; the song will hit radio on Aug. 13.

Rachel Wammack, "Damage":

Country newcomer Rachel Wammack’s debut single, “Damage,” is a haunting song about the negative things that love can do. In the track, Wommack sings about being a bartender and listening to all of the heartache her patrons have endured: "I listen and I smile / The breaking up to making up to walking down the aisle / We try to manage / From the cradle to the grave / Getting lost and getting saved / Love’s always been the same in any language." “Damage” is headed to radio on July 30; the song was written by Wammack, Tom Douglas and David Hodges.

CJ Solar, "American Girls":

CJ Solar's latest single, “American Girls,” is an ode to the beautiful women of the good ol’ USA. "Us American boys / We just can't get enough / Chase them all around / 'Cause we love to love American girls," he sings; Solar continues to give it up to the ladies of America throughout the track, saying he'd love to "give Uncle Sam a high five” for putting them here. “American Girls” is headed to country radio on July 23.