By Jessica Goodman
Updated August 04, 2015 at 03:48 PM EDT
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Tim McGraw dropped the first single from his forthcoming new album, due out this fall. Called “Top of the World,” McGraw debuted the track on country radio Tuesday morning before releasing it online.

McGraw has begun incorporating the song into his set list during his 2015 Shotgun Rider Tour, and it already has some pretty surprising fans. On Monday, McGraw tweeted to NASA and teased the track with a message, saying astronauts at the International Space Station might enjoy it. (You know, based on the whole “Top of the World” thing.) The Space Station responded, “Thanks, @TheTimMcgraw! You’re on #TopOfTheWorld…we orbit around it.”

Produced by McGraw and Byron Gallimore, it’s the first look at what’s to come on McGraw’s 14th studio album.

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