Tyler Farr is releasing a new single, "Withdrawals," from his sophomore Suffer in Peace album.

The song, written by songwriter veterans Josh Kear, Gordie Sampson and Hillary Lindsey, is the perfect follow-up tune to Farr's recent No. 1 hit, "A Guy Walks Into a Bar." With lines like, “I bang my head against the moon / I bang my fist against the wall / You always used to get me high / Now all I do is crash and fall / I’m going through withdrawals / I’m going through withdrawals / I’m going through withdrawals / Yeah, you got me going through ‘em," the song is not only lyrically strong, but it also shows off Farr's impressive vocal chops.

The 31-year-old has already been sharing the new single with his fans in his live shows.

"We’ve been playing "Withdrawals," which is one of my favorite songs on the album," Farr tells The Boot. "It’s been going over very well; I can kind of monitor that through people tweeting and wanting to know the lyrics and stuff."

Farr says that he knew he wanted the tune to be a single at some point.

"The album is so diverse when it comes to songs," he says. "I [knew] "Withdrawals" [would] be a single, but that’s probably the hardest part, picking out what single to start with, what goes next and what one’s going to come after ... There’s so many directions you can go, so that’s the tough part."

Farr has several solo shows, as well as dates as the opening act on Jason Aldean's 2015 Burn It Down Tour, on his concert calendar. A list of all of his upcoming shows is available on his website.

Download "Withdrawals" on iTunes.

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