James Otto is back, and he's better than ever. The singer-songwriter has released a new single, 'Somewhere Tonight,' which he wrote with Corey Crowder, Patrick Davis, JT Hodges and James Slater.

“With all the things that happen in life, sometimes you just need to break out, and that’s exactly what this song is about," Otto explains. "It’s saying, ‘I just want to go somewhere tonight. I wanna forget about all the stress and pressure at work and the busy schedules. I just want to get out and have some fun.'"

The 41-year-old's last album, 'Shake What God Gave Ya,' landed in the Top 10 and produced two Top 40 songs, 'Groovy Little Summer Song' and 'Soldiers & Jesus.' After soaring to the top of the charts with his 2007 hit, 'I Just Got Started Loving You,' Otto also co-wrote some of country music's biggest hits, including Jamey Johnson's 'In Color' and the Zac Brown Band's 'No Hurry,' while focusing on the most important thing in his life: his wife Amy and their four-year-old daughter, Ava Katherine.

“When she came along, I realized it was time to slow down and focus on what really mattered to me in this life -- and that was being there for those unrepeatable moments of her first steps, words and discoveries," he explains.

'Somewhere Tonight' is being released exclusively on SiriusXM's the Highway radio station. Download the single here.