Fans know Thomas Rhett for hits such as "Die a Happy Man," “It Goes Like This,” “Make Me Wanna” and “Crash and Burn," and now, they're going to know him for another new song: "T-Shirt." Following the multi-week No. 1 reign of "Die a Happy Man," Rhett has selected "T-Shirt" as his next single from his most recent album, 2015's Tangled Up.

"I couldn't be more pumped that country radio jumped all over "T-Shirt" because I have wanted to put it out since my first record," shares Rhett. "Everyone has been in that fun 'honeymoon’ phase of dating, which is what this song is all about. It’s already a staple in our set each night -- the fans got into it as soon as we added it, and it’s just one of those I let loose on and have a good time."

While "Die a Happy Man" showcases the soft, romantic and committed side of love, "T-Shirt" explores the passion and spontaneity of young love. Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally co-wrote “T-Shirt,” and lyrics such as "Get off work, and we meet down at our spot / We had a patio with a view of a parking lot / It was 2-for-1 and 4-for-2 / Had Christmas lights in the middle of June / All hung up, like I was on you" set the scene of a couple that just can't get enough of one another.

The chorus steams things up, and a video for "T-Shirt" (watch below) shows fans once again that Rhett doesn't only have singing talent -- he's also a pretty darn good dancer.

Rhett has been on fire lately: He recently nabbed his fifth consecutive No. 1 hit with "Die a Happy Man," which was also certified platinum. Plus, the artist has three nominations at the 2016 ACM Awards, including Album of the Year, Single Record of the Year and New Male Vocalist of the Year.

On Feb. 4, the 25-year-old Rhett will be heading out on the second leg of Jason Aldean's We Were Here Tour as a supporting act.  For more information on upcoming dates, head to

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