Los Angels - Blake Shelton's new album won't reveal "juicy" details about his divorce from Miranda Lambert.
The country crooner is adamant his forthcoming release If I'm Honest won't reference his highly-publicised split from the blonde beauty last year but the tracks have been inspired by the emotions he was going through at that difficult time.
Speaking on CMT After MidNite, he explained: "It's not like there's all these juicy details in the record, but country music lends itself to emotions and things that you go through when you go through a divorce and, more so, the getting over that and moving on and finding someone else."
But, despite the anguish portrayed on the record, the 39-year-old singer is so pleased with how the album has turned out.
He said: "The last year and a half of my life has literally blown up in my face. That's OK because I'm a country singer, and I at least get to take all that and put it into music..."
Blake's new single #CameHereToForget is available now on @iTunes! https://t.co/VaQotkBZE5 - Team BShttps://t.co/enlYzmFLqs— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) March 8, 2016
Blake's new single #CameHereToForget is available now on @iTunes! https://t.co/VaQotkBZE5 - Team BShttps://t.co/enlYzmFLqs
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