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The Nashville supergroup teams up with Pharrell for this year’s most unexpectedly infectious album.

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The title of the piece says it all. They are using their artistic freedom to explore some new sounds. Since this is 8 tracks as well, this obviously isn't a follow-up record to Painkiller. Rather it is the band taking some liberties to work with Pharrell and "wander" into new territory. Is it everyone's proverbial "cup of tea"? No... But it is absolutely LBT's right to explore, to dance... to wander. The freedom and release of that experience is exciting at the very least.

I don't understand

They used to be so good with all the beautiful harmonies now I can't stand to listen to them.🙁

Can't wait!

Can't wait to hear the experiment!!


Formed: 1998 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Country vocal quartet Little Big Town began with Kimberly Roads and Karen Fairchild, two Georgia natives who began singing together in college. Arkansas-born and Alabama-raised Jimi Westbrook, a friend of Fairchild's husband, joined them to make a trio, and the group was completed by the addition of Arkansan Phil Sweet in 1998. From the outset, Little Big Town devoted their sound to harmony and multiple lead vocals, a combination that made the band a hard sell at first. They finally landed a deal...
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