Brad Paisley and his favorite girl bond over their shared love of one of country music's biggest bands in his new single, 'Old Alabama.' The track is the second single from his forthcoming studio album 'This is Country Music.'

Over an uptempo (you might even say rootin', tootin') track filled with fast-rolling guitars, Paisley sings the praises of a woman who's equally comfortable in a five-star hotel or a two-bit campground, as long as the right music's playing on the radio:

"She'll take a beer / Or a white wine / Campfire or candle light / And when it comes to love well her idea of a romantic night / Is listening to old Alabama / Driving through Tennessee / A little dixieland alight at the right time of night / And she can't keep her hands off of me, me, me."

As usual, Paisley goes the extra mile to set the mood, not just referencing Alabama but having the legendary band reunite to sing a section of the song, with a melody straight out of their 1982 classic 'Mountain Music.'

'This is Country Music,' Paisley's eighth studio album, will be released on May 24. He'll kick off his H2O II World Tour on May 28 in Pittsburgh, with support from Blake Shelton, Sunny Sweeney and others.

Listen to Brad Paisley Feat. Alabama, 'Old Alabama'