RCA Nashville’s Josh Thompson will release “Comin’ Around” as the lead single from his second studio album, due out next year. Thompson teamed up with Kendell Marvel and Rodney Clawson to pen the song, which offers an introspective look at how growing up can sometimes draw people back to the places and things they once turned away from.  The track is now available to country radio stations.

“For me, the point of this song is to be able to look back and see how you’ve grown and where you’re going,” says Thompson.  “It’s part of finding that line where you go, ‘OK, it’s time to get my life together.’  I’ve definitely had moments like that in my life, and think my fans will be able to relate to that.”

Thompson is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on his RCA Nashville disc for which he wrote every song.   The unrelenting road warrior is currently out with headliner Luke Bryan for “CMT On Tour.”  The 20-city tour concludes this weekend with stops in Southaven, MS (11/17), Auburn, AL (11/18) and Monroe, LA (11/19).

For more information and tour dates, visit www.joshthompsonofficial.com.