Kane Brown's new single shows off his more sensitive side. Readers can press play above to hear "Homesick."

Brown finds himself longing for the comforts of home in his new song, which is premised around a simple electronic beat and acoustic guitar chords. The lyrics reflect on being away from his wife for stints on the road that seem too long when they're apart.

"I'm homesick / This feeling that I'm feeling, no, it don't quit / It's like half of me is missing," Brown sings in the chorus. "Heaven knows it / That all I wanna do is be alone with / Your brown eyes, just tangled up and holding / Only you tonight until the morning / Baby, that's the damn truth / If home is where the heart is, I'm homesick for you."

An unexpected fiddle solo sweetens the middle section of the song and juxtaposes a traditional country influence with the modern production elements for a track that has something for everyone.

"Homesick" comes from Brown's sophomore album, Experiment, released in September; it will officially be going for adds at country radio in early August. Both of the project's previous singles, "Lose It" and "Good as You," hit No. 1.

Since he wrote "Homesick," Brown has gotten married, and he and his wife, Katelyn Jae, are expecting their first child, a girl, later this year. They'll celebrate their first anniversary in October.

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