Trace Adkins Shows the “Love” on New Album

The singer’s 11th album, Love Will . . . , features Colbie Caillat.

Trace Adkins' 11th studio album, Love Will . . . , is on the way, set for a May 14 release. The new collection about love also features a diverse lineup of guest artists, including singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat, Exile and the Harlem Gospel Choir.

Colbie joins Trace on "Watch the World End," which is up for streaming on Trace's website, traceadkins.com, this week. Fans who pre-order the album on iTunes will also get an instant download of "Watch the World End."

Additionally, the Harlem Gospel Choir backs up Trace on the album's title track, and Exile reprises its hit "Kiss You All Over" with Trace handling the vocal duties.

The Love Will . . . Track Listing

  1. When I Stop Loving You
  2. So What If I Do
  3. Come See Me
  4. Right Now
  5. Every One of You
  6. The Altar of Your Love
  7. Kiss You All Over (featuring Exile)
  8. If the Sun Comes Up
  9. Say No to a Woman
  10. Watch the World End (featuring Colbie Caillat)
  11. Love Will (featuring Harlem Gospel Choir)

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