Will Stewart’s latest album, County Seat (Cornelius Chapel), earned him a place on Rolling Stone‘s list of “10 new country artists you need to know” earlier this year. We couldn’t agree more, as the veteran of both Timber and Willie And The Giant has upped his game as a serious songwriter. The Alabama native returned home after a stint in Nashville, and County Seat definitely embraces his love of the Yellowhammer State. “Sipsey,” the first single and lead track off the nine-track album, references the Sipsey Wilderness Preserve in northwest Alabama. Stewart uses this visual to nostalgically describe the innocence of youth. Watch the video for “Sipsey” to see for yourself.