Justin Moore is getting ready to switch gears with his music, starting with the release of his third single from his latest album, 'Outlaws Like Me.' In just a few more weeks, Moore will drop his very first love song to country radio, ''Til My Last Day,' which the singer co-wrote with Jeremy Stover and Brian Dean Maher.

"That’s my wife’s favorite song on the album," Moore tells Taste of Country. "She did a good job of picking ‘Small Town U.S.A.’ and ‘If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away’ [being singles]. Those both went No. 1, so hopefully she’ll get this one right, too."

For Moore's fans, the tune will definitely be something different compared to his previous hits, which include 'I Could Kick Your Ass,' 'Backwoods' and his current single, 'Bait a Hook.'

"We just felt like it was time to do something a little different," Moore says of the change. "'If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away' was a little different for us, but it was still really, really me. 'Bait a Hook' was obviously me. We thought let’s do something a little different and see if we can grow our fanbase by doing something a little different. I’m excited about it. I really am. It makes sense that it’s fun to play a love song, but this song is really fun."

Fans who have been lucky enough to catch Moore on the road opening for Blake Shelton on his Well Lit & Amplified Tour have already heard the new tune live. Click here to see where the tour will be stopping next.

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