Luke Bryan's new studio album, Kill the Lights, isn't due until August, but he's already dropping hints about a big-name collaboration that will appear.

Bryan tells Entertainment Tonight the new project will be a diverse mix. "I'm loving where I'm at with this album," he says enthusiastically. "It's got new sounds, stuff that I haven't done, but it's also got some really, really country stuff on it to that kind of solidifies what I'm about and what I love. So I feel like I covered all my bases."

Although the album's first single, "Kick the Dust Up," is already at radio, he's still in the process of picking some of the other songs to complete the project. Bryan says he's "really excited for fans to hear it," and also reveals, "There is a collaboration on it. It's a big one."

So far there's no track listing for Kill the Lights, and "Kick the Dust Up" is the only song we've heard. That track is a pure slice of what Bryan does best, a summer tailgating and party anthem that also serves as the name of his current tour. Songwriter Dallas Davidson tells Taste of Country that he and Bryan also co-wrote a song about raising boys titled "Little Country Boys" during the sessions, but it's not confirmed whether the song will make the final cut or not.

Kill the Lights is slated for release on Aug. 7.

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