On the heels of his latest Number One hit, "Move," Luke Bryan has released a brand new single with a one-word title — "Fast." The singer co-wrote the song with Luke Laird and Rodney Clawson, and he tells us it's a good reminder to take some time to smell the roses. ["I’m just so proud about how we used a simple word like ‘Fast,’ and we tied the verses in and then that second verse how we brought in the parents were saying ‘we were falling in love too fast but we still made it work.’ And how life does move too fast. Every time I come home my boys are bigger and starting to throw me around the house a little more, and one day I’ll snap my fingers and you wish you could have froze time a little bit. And I think anytime you can help people slow down and reflect on that and remember to take things in stride a little bit better, I think people love hearing that in a song.”] SOUNDCUE (:41 OC: . . . in a song.)
“Fast” follows five chart-topping hits from Luke's Kill the Lights album.