Scotty McCreery has released a new song off his upcoming Seasons Change album, and he says it's inspired by his fiancee, Gabi Dugal. "Wherever You Are" was co-written by McCreery, Frank Rogers and Dan Isbell and captures a breezy, feel-good love song vibe with McCreery's trademark swoon-worthy crooning. Readers can press play above to listen to the catchy tune.

The romantic lyrics reflect the autobiographical nature of an album that McCreery says is all about where he is at as a person right now: "Wonder are you on the West Coast / Top down rodeo driving / Maybe up in Colorado / You always did love that Rocky Mountain / High up in Manhattan / Way out in some cabin / In the middle of nowhere / Well, baby, I'll be there," the first verse opens.

"Wherever you are / Wherever it is / Baby, it ain't too far / Just give me a call / Drop me a pin / Hit send / Enough of this damn being apart," the chorus launches off of a guitar-driven riff.

"If you want to know who I am and where I'm at right now, listen to this album. I feel like I'm having a conversation with everyone that listens. It's that personal," McCreery shares.

McCreery proposed to Dugal, his longtime girlfriend, in September of 2017. McCreery and Dugal have known each other since Kindergarten and began dating during their senior year of high school.

Seasons Change won't be released until March, but it's available for pre-order now on McCreery's website.

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