"We kind of write 'em with college kids and Spring Break and that whole party theme in mind," Luke explains. "I think it's fun to put out songs just to get some new music out there for fans and more opportunities for them to have different types of music from me."
In keeping with tradition, the married father of two will once again take a break from his regular tour schedule to head south for two shows in support of the new release. Luke will return to Spinnaker's Beach Club in Panama City, Fla. on March 12 and 13, to play while enjoying the sand and sun.
"I grew up three hours from Panama City," the Georgia native explains. "I think everybody has an attraction to the water and the beach, and I've always been that way. The beach just makes you feel good, just being out on the water, the salt air, all that stuff. As a boy, we went [on] vacations there, so there's nothing like rolling the windows down and smelling the beach when you're rolling into town."
Last year, Luke's appearance at the famous beachside venue drew more than 40,000 fans each day.
The country star will have to endure some more cold weather before he gets to enjoy the surf. His next schedule concert is on Feb. 8 in Uniondale, N.Y., followed by stops in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. See his concert schedule here.