Brad Paisley Launches New Song, “American Flag on the Moon”

Paisley leaks new song from the Kennedy Space Center.

photo courtesy Brad Paisley Twitter

For the past couple of weeks, Brad Paisley has continued to release songs from his new album, Moonshine in the Trunk, but he stepped it up a notch this weekend when he sent out a tweet to leak “American Flag on the Moon” from Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Paisley exchanged social media posts about the song with NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman, a current resident of the International Space Station.

Paisley tweeted, “I’m at @NASA’s Apollo launch pad in FL! Leaking my new song, American Flag on the Moon. Take a listen @Astro_Reid,” and included a link to the song.

Wiseman responded with, “Hold on @BradPaisley, we don’t usually like leaks at the launch pad,” and attached a photo of Florida from his vantage point in orbit.

Paisley will release his new album on Aug. 25, but we’re hoping he figures out a way to top this song leak in the meantime—maybe something from a submarine is next.

 

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