Scotty McCreery Shares New Faith-Inspired Single ‘Red Letter Blueprint’

Scotty McCreery released “Red Letter Blueprint,” a new faith-inspired single from his upcoming fifth studio album, Rise & Fall, on Good Friday (March 29).

McCreery, Brent Anderson, Derek George, Jeremey Bussey and Monty Criswell co-wrote the song.

The song is about taking solace in the belief that no matter how far away true peace seems, the path to get there is clearly marked.

“It’s been passed down / Gold leaf and worn out leather / It leaves no doubt between what’s right and wrong / I found a note stuck in the pages / It looks like Grandpa’s writin’ / The ink is gettin’ faded, but the truth is just as strong,” McCreery recounts in the opening verse.

“Where can you go when you ain’t gettin’ nowhere? / Every turn is a dead-end road / The rain starts to fall and you’re so lost out there / Really only one place I know / When your whole world falls to pieces / And you don’t know how to build it back / There’s a red letter blueprint in King James black,” he sings in the chorus.

The second verse sees McCreery reflecting on the times he’s strayed away from Jesus and faith and how, despite that, God’s love has never wavered or faltered.

“This song has some deep meaning for me and I can’t wait to share it with you,” McCreery said ahead of the song’s release.

McCreery previously released “Cab in a Solo,” “Can’t Pass the Bar,” “Slow Dance” and “Love Like This” from the 13-track Rise & Fall album, which arrives on May 10th.

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