Newcomer Kane Brown got his start in the music world as something of a country Justin Bieber, sharing covers of hit country songs that ultimately went viral. He goes back to his roots with a new rendition of Trace Adkins' "Every Light in the House."

Accompanied by an acoustic guitar and back-up harmonies, Brown delivers a heartfelt rendition of the heartbreak song.

"Every light in the house is on / The backyard's bright as the crack of dawn / The front walk looks like runway lights / It's kinda like noon in the dead of night / Every light in the house is on / Just in case you ever do get tired of being gone / Every light in the house is on," Brown croons. The "Used to Love You Sober" singer gets close to matching Adkins' low-toned voice in this cover and sounds great doing so.

Brown recently revealed the details for his upcoming self-titled full length album.

“The full-length album, I feel like it could really get my career going — it’s the next step up,” he says. “It’s pretty much about my life, how I grew up, loved ones that I’ve lost.”

The project will feature 11 tracks including “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now” and “Thunder in the Rain." Brown has a lot of songwriting credits on the record in addition to contributions from Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley from Florida Georgia Line, as well as Chris Young.

Brown is currently on the road with FGL as an opener for their Dig Your Roots Tour. His debut album is slated for release on Dec. 2.

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