Mickey Guyton's brand-new single, "Heartbreak Song," will likely find its way into the speakers and headphones of plenty of recently-broken-up country music fans this summer -- but not those who are looking to wallow.

"Heartbreak Song" is a poppy, upbeat tune that finds its singer explaining that, really, she's doing just fine -- and certainly not listening to any sad breakup tunes. The song's message is similar to Guyton's debut single, "Better Than You Left Me" -- but happier sounding.

"I ain't gonna hit you with a heartbreak song / I ain't gonna give you what you're bettin' on ...," Guyton sings in the song's chorus. "It's so overrated / Overplayed / And I'm okay / I'm just better without you."

"Heartbreak Song" is the first new music from Guyton since the rising country artist released her self-titled EP last May. Prior to officially releasing the track on Friday (June 3), the singer enlisted her fans to tease the tune's lyrics on Twitter.

"My fans have always shown me so much love and support ...," Guyton says. "So when it comes to new music, I want them to feel like they are a part of it because they really are!"

"Heartbreak Song" is available for download on iTunes.

Listen to Mickey Gutyon's "Heartbreak Song"

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