The Brothers Osborne are gearing up to release their first full-length album in mid-January, but they're making the wait a bit more bearable by releasing one of the album's songs, "Loving Me Back," early.

Press play on the video below to hear the brand-new tune, a slow ballad that features Lee Ann Womack; the song does a good job at mixing the Brothers Osborne's country-rock vibe with Womack's sweet bluegrass-country voice. Upon first listen, fans may believe that "Loving Me Back" is about a special someone, but after listening to the lyrics more closely, it becomes clear that the "something worth loving that’s loving me back" is music.

"Loving Me Back" is one of 11 tracks on the Brothers Osborne's upcoming new project, Pawn Shop. The disc also features previous singles "Rum" and "Stay a Little Longer," the latter of which has entered the Top 5 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart (No. 3), becoming the duo's most successful song to date.

Pawn Shop is set for release on Jan. 15 and is available for pre-order now. By pre-ordering the disc, fans will instantly receive the record's title track, as well as "Loving Me Back," "Stay a Little Longer" and "Rum."

More information about The Brothers Osborne, including some upcoming shows, can be found on their website.

Listen to Brothers Osborne feat. Lee Ann Womack, "Loving Me Back":