13 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Feeling wearied after 10 years and five full albums, Lady Antebellum went on hiatus in 2016 to work on solo projects and rejuvenate. It proved a smart move with the trio returning to their heart-clutching, harmonious best on ballads “Home” and “Army,” the graceful country pop of “Heart Break,” and the gospel-tinged “Good Time to Be Alive.” There’s even some reinvention of their sound via “You Look Good”’s convincing delivery of horn-powered funk-pop.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Feeling wearied after 10 years and five full albums, Lady Antebellum went on hiatus in 2016 to work on solo projects and rejuvenate. It proved a smart move with the trio returning to their heart-clutching, harmonious best on ballads “Home” and “Army,” the graceful country pop of “Heart Break,” and the gospel-tinged “Good Time to Be Alive.” There’s even some reinvention of their sound via “You Look Good”’s convincing delivery of horn-powered funk-pop.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
186 Ratings
186 Ratings
Guy with no dates ,

10 Years Hence

Nearly 10 years since releasing some of their most iconic music, Lady A continues to create meaningful music, lyrics & melodies that define the illusive human nature — in a timeless way that sounds just as relevant today as it will a decade from now. There's always something in the music that surprises me, something I didn't see coming, and that's what I love about this group. They never settle for expectations and I'm so happy to see them working together again after pursuing their personal projects — which they have more than earned. Cheers to Charles, Hillary, & Dave -- thank you for what you do!! 😍🙌🏻💪🏼💁🏼‍♂️🙎🏻🙋🏻‍♂️🌎🏌🏻🏆🏆🍾🐎🇺🇸

Philldwyane ,

It's not awful

This one is not as bad as "747", but it still lacks that something magical we could hear with "Need You Now" and "Own the Night". And no, they're not re-creating themselves...

jmherndon ,

50/50: Not Lady A's Best

This album is not without some good songs, but the last half of the album is a somber blur. I don't think this is the best Lady A could do after taking some time off. The album as a whole is not as satisfying has the past albums. Where's the rock of a Friday Night or Freestyle? The highlights are Heart Break, Army and This City as well as Hurt and Somebody Else's Heart. The rest is forgettable and formulaic. Let's hope they bring the energy back next time around.

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