John Mayer releases his second single of 2019 today, presenting a self-written-and-produced number titled "Carry Me Away." The song follows “I Guess I Just Feel Like” from February and his 2017 album, The Search for Everything, which is certified gold.

You can see the making of "Carry Me Away" via the official lyric video above. The clip shows Mayer in the studio laying down the instrumentals and recording the track in general.

Fans of John Mayer can catch the Grammy Award-winning artist on tour this fall as a part of his world tour or with Dead & Company. Mayer's personal tour launched in March of this year, as he has traveled to New Zealand, Australia, Asia, and North America, before heading to Europe in October.

For dates, locations, and tickets to Mayer's remaining 2019 shows, follow here.

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