Brad Paisley Goes ‘Rogue,’ Releases Snippets of New Album Without Label Knowing: Listen

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Brad Paisley (Thos Robinson/Getty Images for The New Yorker)

Brad Paisley (Thos Robinson/Getty Images for The New Yorker)

Brad Paisley is doing everything he can to leak his new album to his fans.

But his label won’t have it.

Late Saturday (July 26), Paisley took to Twitter to share snippets of the songs off of Moonshine in the Trunk with his fans.

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“I’m going rogue. The label doesn’t know I’m doing this. Seriously. But I made a Moonshine Preview teaser. Don’t tell,” he tweeted.

While he uploaded several teasers, some which were later taken down, fans can listen to the surviving one below. The always comical Paisley went on to post supposed email exchanges with his label, though there’s, of course, the possibility of the ordeal being nothing more than a quick publicity stunt.

Later, he also tweeted out a YouTube link which showcased the chorus to another song on the album called “Crushin’ It,” but it was promptly taken down.

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