Lady Antebellum Love ‘Sweetness’ of ‘American Honey’
Lady Antebellum, fresh off the heels of their five-week reign at No.1 with 'Need You Now,' have released their follow-up single, 'American Honey.' And the song has a message the trio hope will resonate with all of their fans.
"I think everyone -- man or woman, it doesn't matter -- you get to a place in your life when you really miss the simplicity of growing up," Lady A's Hillary Scott tells Philadelphia at Home.
Hillary may be just 23 years old, but she says the song makes her long for her past. "It would be great to just go back to when I was playing hide and go seek with my neighbors or laying on the screened-in porch in my aunt's house -- going back to the smells and sights and all those things. That's what I loved about this song, the nostalgic thing. It just has this sweetness to it, and it warms your heart."
The Grammy-nominated trio, which also includes Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley, will release their sophomore album, 'Need You Now,' on Jan. 26. Meanwhile, they are hitting the road with Tim McGraw, opening for his Southern Voice tour, where they will be joined by the Lost Trailers and Love and Theft.
Listen to Lady A's 'American Honey' here.