Blake Shelton has dropped his new song, “God’s Country.” Proud girlfriend Gwen Stefani is equally as excited about his new music and promoted the trailer of the song online.

“So excited for new music,” Stefani wrote on her Instagram page, sharing the trailer of Shelton’s song.

The video showed a black and white image of Shelton leaning against a wall, looking through the window. The only color in the picture is that of the U.S. flag that appears to be wrapped over a coffin.

Shelton has been promoting his new song on social media these past few days. He has been sharing the lyrics of his new song, along with matching black and white pictures.

In a post on Instagram, Shelton shared a black and white picture of an old road in a deserted area. The lyrics of the song accompanying the picture are about owning a piece of land outside a church town.

The song has some powerful lyrics. In another social media post, Shelton revealed the part of the song in which the singer talked about not caring the kind of box he is put in after death, as long as he is buried six feet deep in “God’s Country.”

There is a spiritual element in the song too. In an Instagram post, Shelton shared the lyrics where people pray for rain and thank God when it does.

“We pray for rain and thank him when it’s falling ’Cause it brings the grain and a little bit of money,” the lyrics of the song read. “We put it back in the plate, I guess it’s why they call it God’s country.”

“God’s Country” is currently available online on various platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon music, YouTube, iTunes Store and Google Play. In just a few hours the song has managed to get over 12,000 views as of this writing.

Gwen Stefani Recording artist/TV personality Gwen Stefani (L) and recording artist/TV personality Blake Shelton, winner of the Favorite Album award for 'If I'm Honest' and Favorite Male Country Artist award attend the People's Choice Awards 2017 at Microsoft Theater on January 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Christopher Polk