Ariana Bacle
October 15, 2014 AT 02:00 PM EDT

Tony Lucca’s no stranger to TV: He started out on The Micky Mouse Club alongside Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera, placed third in The Voice, and had a guest role on NBC’s Parenthood. So it makes sense that his latest song would sound like the perfect soundtrack for a dramatic TV montage.

“Delilah” begins with simple, hypnotic finger-picking and builds throughout, morphing from understated blues to a rollicking, dark piece of Southern rock. “‘Delilah’ is definitely the most enchanted recording on the new album,” Lucca tells EW. “The song became this haunted house, where each track we laid was like another ghost crashing the party.”

“Delilah” is available for pre-order now, and Lucca’s self-titled album, his eighth, comes out in January.

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