Maroon 5 Team Up With Lady Antebellum On “Out Of Goodbyes”

Robbie Daw | September 21, 2010 12:54 pm

L.A. pop-rockers Maroon 5 see their third album Hands All Over released today. And after Adam Levine and Co. teased with two very M5-esque singles (“Misery” and “Give A Little More”), we thought we’d highlight something a little different from the LP—the band’s countrified, heartbreaking collab with top sellers Lady Antebellum, “Out Of Goodbyes.” Listen below!

[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/12-Out-Of-Goodbyes.mp3″ text=”Maroon 5 feat. Lady Antebellum – Out Of Goodbyes” dl=”0″]Hands All Over was produced in Switzerland by the legendary Robert John “Mutt” Lange, who has been behind the boards over the years for the likes of AC/DC, Def Leppard, The Cars, Bryan Adams, Backstreet Boys, Nickelback and ex-wife Shania Twain.

What do you think of Maroon 5’s duet with Lady A? Is it a nice change for both acts or nothing to write home about?

If you ask us, it’s just the right kind of dreamy/melancholic track to listen to while parked in a chair on the front porch on a fall evening—or while crying into a shot of whiskey at the saloon.