Thomas Rhett and Jon Pardi know a universal truth: "There ain't nothin' that a beer can't fix." The two country stars share a new collaboration that says as much on Rhett's forthcoming new album, Center Point Road.

Readers can press play above to hear "Beer Can't Fix," which Rhett co-wrote with Julian Bunetta, Zach Skelton and Ryan Tedder. Sonically, the song is a nice mix of Rhett and Pardi's styles: tropical-sounding flourishes and light steel guitar mix with a smooth groove. A whistle-filled bridge adds to the song's lightheartedness.

"From the moment that it hits your lips / Makes those clouds look a little less gray / Oh, you could be lonely, heartbroken or hungover from the night before / Turn that frown into a smile real quick," goes the song's chorus. Rhett leads the song's first verse, which Pardi takes the second.

Center Point Road, Rhett's fourth studio album, is due out on May 31. The artist describes the project, which is named for a road in his hometown of Hendersonville, Tenn., a nostalgic record.

In support of Center Point Road, Rhett is heading out on his Very Hot Summer Tour. He will be joined on the road by special guests Dustin Lynch and Russell Dickerson, as well as his dad, songwriter Rhett Akins.

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