Lady A Hard at Work on New Album

Lady Antebellum may have just released the Christmas album On This Winter’s Night, but that hasn’t left the trio resting on its laurels. Charles Kelley tells Country Weekly that he, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood are hard at work in the studio with their longtime producer Paul Worley.

“We’re working on our fourth record right now. We’re about halfway through the process and it’s going good. We don’t really have an end date; we’re just going to try to take as much time as we can. We’re going to hammer it out until we get it right,” he says.

Charles admits the album, the follow-up to the platinum-selling Own the Night, will carry great expectations. “It’s going to be an important record for us, as a band and artistically, as we try to do something different,” he says, revealing that the project will be more upbeat than past releases.

“I think we’re going to make it a bit more of a tempo record. More of a roll-down-the-windows record,” Charles teases. “I’m looking forward to that.”

Look for more on Lady Antebellum and their holiday album and traditions in an upcoming issue of Country Weekly.

 

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