Trevor Pavlik

Zach Bryan has released a new album today, one he has been teasing for months while not technically confirming it until this past week.

The 16-track self-titled album is the Oklahoma singer's second album to be released Warner Records, following last year's American Heartbreak. It comes as his breakout single “Something In The Orange” last month became the longest charting country single for a male artist on Billboard’s Hot 100, with 65 weeks on the U.S. singles chart. At the time, at No. 18, it surpassed fellow Oklahoma artist Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats" to become the second longest charting country song of all time, behind LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live" at 69 weeks.

The new album, which more than proves Bryan as a powerhouse superstar, was self-produced by the artist himself and includes a handful of collaborations featuring the likes of Kacey Musgraves, The Lumineers and Sierra Ferrell.

"Really proud to call the writing and production on somethin’ all mine" said Bryan in a note on Instagram last week thanking fans for their patience, adding: "I didn’t make this album to appease people who will never be happy anyways, I made it for my people, hope everyone has a good weekend."

Hear the new album now below.