Austin Webb has released his latest single, 'All Country on You.'

The tune sounds like a "bro-country" anthem on the surface, but a closer look reveals that Webb has switched things up: It's a song about a girl who's had enough. The lyrical story isn't typical "girl in a country song" fodder, as Webb celebrates the strong women who decide that enough is enough when it comes to putting up with some men's issues.

The tune serves as a female revenge anthem from the guy's perspective, but he doesn't seem all that mad about it, singing, “Had ‘em dressed in their Sunday best, calling me dirty words / Had a few drive-bys shooting me the bird / Night stalking me, calling my phone, blowing up / Goin’ all Carrie Underwood on my truck / They get crazy and mean / And everything in between / You can’t blame no one else / When you brought it all on yourself.”

'All Country on You' is Webb's fourth single. The song was penned by Mark Irwin, Josh Kear and Chris Tompkins, the same trio who wrote Underwood's hit 'Before He Cheats,' which Webb references.

'All Country on You' is available for download on iTunes and Amazon.

Listen to Austin Webb, 'All Country on You':

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