Song is debut single from forthcoming double album
COJO Music/Warner Music Nashville Platinum recording artist Cody Johnson will release “‘Til You Can’t” to country radio next month, impacting October 18th. The song is the debut single from his upcoming sophomore major-label release, Human The Double Album, available on October 8th to stream and purchase on all digital music platforms. Physical copies are also available now for pre-order on Johnson’s website. To date, Johnson has released nine of the album’s 18 songs in advance of the release.
“I chose to record ‘Til You Can’t’ first because of the positivity in the message of the song. In our world today, we could use more positivity,” Johnson shares. “Secondly because of how dynamic the melody was; I took it and ran with it. I hope y’all enjoy!”
The song, penned by Ben Stennis and Matt Rogers, is an infectious tempo that starts quietly, then builds along with Johnson’s advice: take the chances, chase the dreams, bait those lines, put that diamond on her hand, and take those calls from your mama as long as you can, until you can’t. It’s the quintessential why-not-now song that will call Johnson’s loyal fans to action.
In addition, Johnson’s feature-length documentary, Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story, can now be rented or purchased exclusively via the Apple TV app through October 8th in the US and Canada. The Texas native also sat down with Today’s Country Radio host Kelleigh Bannen to break down what it means to be a cowboy and how his forthcoming album is an invitation for listeners to accept the highs and lows of their own lives.
Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story was first released to select cinemas nationwide for a limited time, with multiple showings added due to popular demand, for a total of 239 theaters featuring the movie across the country. Alongside guest appearances by Reba McEntire, Navy Seal Chris Kyle’s widow Taya Kyle, and more, Johnson opens up about how his years on the rodeo circuit fortuitously prepared him for his life as a country star. From standing in the back of the chute at the rodeo or singing about it in front of 75,000 fans, fans will learn more about his real-life journey from the dusty rodeo arenas of rural Texas to some of the biggest musical stages in America. The film vividly captures all the emotional highs and lows that come from the dreams you cling to and the dreams you ultimately let go of.