Steven Tyler is offering fans another sneak peek at his upcoming solo album We're All Somebody From Somewhere by offering the title track as the latest single.

The new song, now available for purchase, follows the Somebody cuts "Love Is Your Name" and "Red, White & You," both of which were previously sent to radio as part of the album's long release campaign. Tyler gave "We're All Somebody From Somewhere" its live debut at the 2016 CMA Fest, which you can watch above, and performed the song earlier today as part of a brief set (also including Aerosmith's "Cryin'" and the Big Brother and the Holding Company number "Piece of My Heart") during a visit to the Today Show.

Tyler headed to Nashville while working on the new album, which finds him switching up his traditional sound in favor of a more modern country approach and working with an array of the genre's biggest producers and songwriters. As he told Rolling Stone, the move had a pronounced effect on his music.

"I believe y'all are gonna listen to this stuff and you’re gonna agree with me that it fell from a star," said Tyler. "I had nothing to do with this s---, it's just Nashville. There's something so magical about this town and me writing with all these people. ... Country music still plays stuff with melody, I have a sorcerer's grasp of melody, I like to think."

Although he's yet to officially announce the track listing for the record, he appears to have leaked the song titles in a Facebook post:

Tyler will spend the summer on his Out on a Limb solo tour. We're All Somebody From Somewhere is due to arrive July 15, and is available to pre-order now.

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