Lady Antebellum Sends Empowering ‘Heart Break’ to Country Radio

For all the single, independent people out there, Lady Antebellum has the anthem for you with their empowering track, “Heart Break,” coming to country radio.

Written by the trio along with Nashville songwriting friends Nicolle Galyon and Jesse Frasure, the upbeat chant liberates the idea that letting go of love for a season or so can rejuvenate someone’s spirit. Confidently proclaiming the benefits of taking care of one’s self, Lady Antebellum sings of finding happiness in solitude while still enjoying the little things in life.

Although each of the band members of Lady A are in solid committed relationships, they wanted the song to represent the fans that are taking a step back from their love lives and feel as though the lyrics could still uplift the listener no matter their relationship circumstance.

“A while ago I had written down the lyrics ‘heart break summer’ with the idea of what it’s like to detox from relationships for a while,” said guitarist Dave Haywood. “Once we all got in the room together, it really evolved into these identifiable lyrics that I think anyone can relate too.”

“Heart Break” is the title track of Lady A’s latest record, and marks the second single from the project to hit country radio airwaves. It follows up the jazzy sounds of “You Look Good,” which received mass attention from country radio throughout the summer months.

The group also received a pair of nominations for the 51st Annual CMA Awards, including Vocal Group of the Year and Album of the Year for Heart Break

Fans can listen to “Heart Break” on Spotify and other digital streaming sites now.