Just last week power trio, Lady Antebellum released their new single, “What If I Never Get Over You.” The new track is reminiscent of their 2011 hit, “Need You Now,” with emphasis on the powerful vocals and heartbreaking vulnerability that only Lady A can deliver. To elevate the lyrical message, they premiered a music video to go along with the single.
Directed by Sarah McColgan, the video portrays the broken relationship that both Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott sing about, as Dave Haywood adds the necessary melancholy instrumentation. Kelley and Scott trade verses, as images of memories of a broken relationship and the break-up, flash before our eyes. The trio and the actors portray the hurt and the anguish that is all too familiar when you’re missing the person you were once in a relationship with.
As Lady A shared via their Twitter, the song showcases “so many universal truths […] and really takes [them] back to [their] beginning as a band.” Both the song and the visuals are relatable for anyone who has tried to put their lives back together after suffering a heartbreak. Lady Antebellum effortlessly illustrate these emotions that run through past lovers minds in the enticing, but haunting new video.
Lady Antebellum will continue playing shows across the United States throughout the summer. The supergroup continues their Las Vegas residency, ‘Our Kind of Vegas’ at the Pearl Concert Theater with dates set for May and August. For tickets and more information, head to ladyantebellum.com.
“What If I Never Get Over You” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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