Aug. 9 (UPI) -- Kip Moore is back with a new single.
The 39-year-old country music singer shared the upbeat new song She's Mine on Thursday.
She's Mine will appear on Moore's forthcoming fourth studio album. Moore announced in a tweet in May that he had completed work on the album.
"That's a wrap. Record #4 is done," he wrote.
Moore said in an interview with Billboard published Thursday that the album is slated for release in early 2020. He said he first wrote She's Mine with Dan Couch and Scott Stepakoff 10 years ago and started playing the song again last year.
"The song always felt like a hit record to me. It always put me in a good mood. It's definitely one of the most lighthearted tracks on this new record," the singer said. "This new record's going to have a lot of meat to it."
She's Mine was inspired by Moore's life on the road in his late 20s. His former guitarist, Dave Lapsley, would joke about Moore being a single man and potentially finding his wife around the next corner.
"He was like, 'We're going to be traveling the world and you never know, that might be your wife right here.' It was the waitress behind the counter. Then we'd walk out of the door and a redhead walked by and he said, 'That might be her, too.' The next person walked by and we were just laughing about it," Moore recalled.
Moore is known for the singles Somethin 'Bout a Truck, Hey Pretty Girl and More Girls Like You. He released his third studio album, "Slowheart," in September 2017.