The light-hearted, playful track pays homage to CoJo's Lone Star roots, with the singer-songwriter rattling through a list of reasons his home-state is the best of them all (“That's Texas, home of George Strait, the King / Ain't no such thing as chili with beans / That's Texas hot as a flattop griddle / Ain't got a band if ya ain't got a fiddle”).
‘That's Texas’ joins ‘Work Boots’, ‘Watching My Old Flame’ and ‘The Painter’ as the lead singles from Cody Johnson's hotly anticipated new record, Leather, which is set to drop on November 3.
Although it'll initially comprise just 12 songs, Cody Johnson has excitingly already confirmed Leather will ultimately be turned into a 24-song double-album, with the second half of the record expected to be released in early 2024.
The Texan will be promoting Leather via his 2024 tour of the same name, which kicks off on January 19 in Sacramento, California. Some have speculated that he will likely release the latter part of his Leather double-album before this, which seemingly means we can look forward to a winter packed with new music from CoJo.
Listeners will be hoping Cody Johnson treats fans to another single or two before the first instalment of Leather is released next month, with blockbuster duets with Carrie Underwood and Jelly Roll having been teased earlier in the year.
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