Thomas Rhett is ‘Feeling Good’ About Writing New Music

by Chris Haney

On Thursday, country star Thomas Rhett posted a TikTok of himself “feeling good” about working on new music for his upcoming double album.

The country singer had some fun in his short, self-shot video as he danced around. Rhett appropriately chose Surface’s hit song “Sunday Best” to play in the background of his TikTok. The upbeat song is filled with good vibes and the lyrics to match. “Feeling good. As I should,” the group sings as Rhett moves to the music.

Yet it wasn’t just the perfect song to fit Rhett’s current mood. In fact, the “Die a Happy Man” singer used the clip to reveal that he would be working with Surface on a song. He’s obviously excited about the collaboration and his yet to be released new music. As hype as Rhett is about his new music, fans will be eager to hear what he’s working on.

“How I feel about writing with @surfacemusic today,” Thomas Rhett captioned his video.

Thomas Rhett Announces New Double Album

Just last week, Thomas Rhett announced that he’d be releasing a much-anticipated double album in the near future. It will be his first studio album since 2019’s Center Point Road.

The album titled Country Again is coming out in two parts. Country Again: Side A is releasing next month and Country Again: Side B will come out later on this year. Additionally, Rhett released two new songs from Side A last Friday after announcing the double album. Fans can already check out “Want It Again” and “Growing Up” on streaming services.

“Good evening y’all. I never stay up ’til 11 o’clock, like ever, but I had to tonight just to share something with you. We got a double album coming out this year,” Thomas Rhett revealed on his Instagram Story last week. “It’s called Country Again: Side A and Side B is going to come out later on this year. But Side A comes out April the 30th.”

“So much of this record was written right here with these amazing curtains and a lot y’all have been following along with me on Instagram this past couple years and I’ve shared a bunch of these songs with you on Instagram and on other social media platforms and man this is one of my favorite records I’ve ever gotten to make. I feel so centered as a person. A lot of these songs were written just kind of about the lessons I’ve learned over this decade and 2020, which I’m sure a lot of y’all have,” Rhett added.