Lady Antebellum “We Owned The Night” Single Released

Aug 17th, 2011 // 3 Comments

Lady Antebellum have followed up their Top 10 spring release “Just A Kiss” with late summer offering “We Owned The Night,” the second single off the Grammy-winning trio’s forthcoming album Own The Night (out September 13). And once again, the country act serves up a pop-crossover jam that should appeal to a variety of listeners, and will no doubt find a home on an array of radio format playlists. Listen below.

First of all, why is it that every time we hear a Lady A song for the first time, we feel like we’re 22, reckless and newly-in-love all over again?

“We woke under a blanket, all tangled up in skin / not knowin’ in that moment we’d never speak again / but it was perfect, I never will forget when we owned the night,” Charles Kelley, who takes lead vocals this time around, sings on the spirited tune while Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott weave in their harmonies.

Seems there’s a running theme with one night stands this week.

Are you excited for Lady Antebellum’s upcoming third LP after hearing “Just A Kiss” and “We Owned The Night”?

[Via The Prophet Blog]

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  1. ZMH

    i remember when i first discovered lady a. and that was 3 years ago i think? they were an interesting setup back, a trio with 1 lead male and 1 lead female, they could do duets all the time!!! sounds silly but it just worked. and now they are a little abusing their charm too much, using the same formula over and over again and quickly degrading from a piece of breezy in country pop to an older version of taylor swift. i still like them and their sound, but nonetheless disappointed with their approach.

  2. Totally true- Lady A seems to turn us all into love struck drama filled teenagers falling in love for the first time.

  3. S.

    “First of all, why is it that every time we hear a Lady A song for the first time, we feel like we’re 22, reckless and newly-in-love all over again?”

    Why does that have to be such a bad thing?

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