Lady Antebellum Album, Own the Night, to Be Released Sept. 13

The album’s first single, “Just a Kiss,” is in the Top 15 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

Lady Antebellum is set to release its third studio album on Capitol Nashville, titled Own the Night, on Sept. 13. The album's first single, “Just a Kiss,” has already broken into the Top 15 on Billboard’s country singles chart.

For this album, the trio’s Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood took time out of their hectic schedules to focus on songwriting. “We took more time to write and record this record than we've ever done before,” said Charles via a statement. “I remember looking at Hillary and Dave at the Grammys this year, on the wildest night of our lives, and saying, ‘This is amazing . . . we’ll never get to experience a moment like this again, but now we have to go home and get to work.”

“We packed up and flew home from L.A., cleared our calendar of everything and went into rehearsal with the musicians,” Dave elaborated. "I love that part of recording—taking the songs we've written and bringing them to life with these musicians who are so incredibly talented.”

Hillary talked about a favorite track from the album, titled “We Owned the Night,” which is the basis for the album's title. "[It's] about a special once-in-a-lifetime moment, and we thought that naming the album around that same sentiment was really appropriate,” she said. “It's also about the experience we want to create every night in concert for our fans . . . together, we own the night!”

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