Keith Urban will release Fuse, his first new album in nearly three years, on September 10. The highly anticipated project has been in the works for nearly a year.
“I really wanted to challenge myself musically,” Keith said. “Expand the boundaries of my sound, rhythm and melody, while still remaining true to who I am. Working with various co-producers while making Fuse, has been so inspiring and liberating – and we ain’t even done yet!”
The lead single from Fuse, “Little Bit of Everything,” was released to country radio May 13. It was a career best for Keith with 100 official adds to radio. The single debuted at No. 30 on the Billboard Country Charts and is up to No. 23 just two weeks later.
“On the song I was able to take elements of sound that I’ve used before and blend them together into a fusion of spirit and energy,” Keith said of the song.
In the past month, Keith has performed with The Rolling Stones and at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Benefit with John Mayer and Vince Gill on separate nights. His fourth annual All For The Hall Benefit Concert raised $650,000 for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Keith will kick off his Light The Fuse Tour on July 18 in Cincinnati.