The trio's fifth studio album, which will feature 11 tracks including lead single 'Bartender', is scheduled to be released on September 30.
Lady Antebellum has shared more details about their anticipated fifth studio album. On Friday, July 18, the country trio announced that the follow-up to 2013's "Golden" would be called "747" and it's set to be released on September 30.
The forthcoming LP was co-produced by Lady Antebellum and Nathan Chapman. It will feature 11 tracks written by the group as well as some songwriters they've never worked with before. The album has so far been preceded by lead single "Bartender".
"We unanimously knew that our album title had to be '747'," Lady A's Hillary Scott said in a press release. "The track itself has this pushing, driving spirit about it that sums up our attitude right now. We are pushing ourselves as a band and as songwriters... taking ourselves out of our comfort zone and not taking ourselves too seriously. There's an urgency and an energy to it that we've never released before."
"We are so ready to get this music out," fellow member Charles Kelley added. "To get the reaction we've gotten from 'Bartender' has only made us more fired up about the rest of these songs!"
- "Long Stretch of Love"
- "Lie With Me"
- "Down South"
- "One Great Mystery"
- "Sounded Good at the Time"
- "She Is"
- "Damn You Seventeen"
- "Just a Girl"