Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott might be preparing for the birth of her first child, but impending motherhood isn’t slowing down the band.
On May 7, Lady A will unveil their fourth studio album, “Golden,” a song that singer Charles Kelley – he of the proud UGA roots – says could be a “good road-trip record” and describes the songs as giving listeners “this warm, easy feeling.”
The first single, “Downtown,” claimed the group’s highest chart debut when it arrived at No. 25 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart earlier this month.
Scott and husband Chris Tyrrell are expecting their baby in July. In an interview with Broadway’s Electric Barnyard, Scott mentioned that the baby’s heartbeat might be included in a song on the new album.