Zac Brown Band “Jekyll + Hyde” Tracklist & Cover Art

Check out the details of the band's first Southern Ground/BMLG/Republic/John Vavatos Records release due to be released in late April.

After working for years at Atlantic Records, Zac Brown Band’s fourth studio album Jekyll + Hyde will be out on April 28 through his new label partnership with John Varvatos Records/Big Machine Label Group/Republic Records through the frontman’s own Southern Ground label.

The album features a variety of songs, including the release of a single from the album, “Heavy Is The Head,” — which features rock star Chris Cornell — to rock & mainstream radio. The pre-order for the album on iTunes will also contain this song and the powerful “Dress Blues,” a Jason Isbell song that is bound to stir the souls of anyone who has lost a family member or friend while in service of the country. “Heavy Is The Head” will hit iHeartRadio’s Mainstream and Active Rock stations as a world premiere tomorrow. Jekyll + Hyde also features a collaboration with Sara Bareilles.

JEKYLL + HYDE pre-order is available for physical copies of the album now at their website.


Zac Brown Band “Jekyll + Hyde” Tracklist & Cover Art

  1. “Beautiful Drug”
  2. “Loving You Easy”
  3. “Remedy”
  4. “Homegrown”
  5. “Mango Tree” (feat. Sara Bareilles)
  6. “Heavy Is the Head” (feat. Chris Cornell)
  7. “Bittersweet”
  8. “Castaway”
  9. “Tomorrow Never Comes”
  10. “One Day”
  11. “Dress Blues”
  12. “Young and Wild”
  13. “Junkyard”
  14. "I'll Be Your Man” (Song for a Daughter)
  15. “Wildfire”
  16. “Tomorrow Never Comes” (Acoustic Version)


  • alisha

    great information thanks for posting.

  • gloria

    Mr. Bjorke......are you not going to post the Digital and Album charts anymore?? I look so forward to those every week!

  • Jacob Sudduth

    Since "Heavy Is the Head" is being released as a rock single will it still chart on country digital charts or rock digital charts or both? It's on iTunes country charts but it is a rock single.....

    • Matt Bjorke

      When Taylor Swift's singles were sent to stations outside of Country, they didn't chart on the country digital charts. But it's really up to Billboard/iTunes and the labels to tell us. So while this single may indeed be played on Rock music radio stations, "Heavy is the Head" will likely appear on country download charts at least this one week. ZBB could very well have 3 of the week's Top 30 downloaded singles and I don't think that's ever happened for the band. Homegrown has benefitted the most from this high-profile pre-sale.