Trea Landon makes his country music debut with his new single, "Loved by a Country Boy," and he's letting Taste of Country readers see the video before anyone else.

The 25-year-old Georgia native's debut single fires straight down the middle of contemporary country radio with a slick, well-produced sound that incorporates a mid-tempo beat with banjos and a lyric that celebrates the joys of clean country living and loving.

"Girl you ain't been loved / 'Til you've been loved by a country boy / Bet you never felt nothin' like that, naw / Girl you ain't been loved / 'Til you've been loved by a country boy / Steal your heart, won't give it back / But don't you want that love / Well come and get this love, baby / Girl you ain't been loved / 'Til you've been loved by a country boy," he sings in the chorus.

The video for "Loved by a Country Boy" features Landon and his lady engaging in a fun day of fishing, taking a stroll in nature, building a fire and playing with a dog. Click above to see the video for the song. "Loved by a Country Boy" is set to land at country radio on Aug. 26.

Landon comes by his country leanings honestly. Growing up in Daisy, Ga., the singer was "raised with a fishing pole in one hand and the keys to the pickup in the other," according to his biography. He cites the Peach Pickers — the powerhouse songwriting triumvirate of Georgia natives Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip and Dallas Davidson — as one of his main influences, and he signed with Davidson's Play It Again publishing company as a writer within four weeks of moving to Nashville in 2015.

Landon, Kyle Fishman, Davidson and Justin Wilson teamed to co-write "Loved by a Country Boy," which Nashville super-producer Scott Hendricks produced. Landon is now signed as an artist with Warner Music Nashville, and he's already toured with artists including Craig Campbell, Riley Green and Luke Combs.

For more information about Trea Landon, please visit his official website, or follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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