Zac Brown Band have announced their fifth studio album will be a sonic return to the music that put them on the map.
The Grammy-winning group took to Twitter this week to thank fans for their continued support and reveal plans to head into the studio this winter to record the follow-up to the genre-bending Jekyll + Hyde.
Front man Zac Brown said in the video message that the new music will get the group back to its roots, “Foundation-style.” Their multi-platinum 2008 debut yielded four No. 1s including their breakout hits “Chicken Fried,” “Highway 20 Ride,” “Toes” and “Free.”
— Zac Brown Band (@zacbrownband) September 7, 2016
The wildly successful Black Out the Sun tour wraps in Tampa, Florida on Sept. 18. The last show on their schedule is the fifth annual Night of Candles benefit concert supporting Camp Southern Ground on Oct. 15 at in Fayetteville, Georgia.