The range of emotion on Lady Antebellum encompasses both the joyfully romantic "Love's Lookin' Good on You" and the desolation of the swelling ballad "All We'd Ever Need" (the very first song the trio composed together). Between those extremes is the driving "Long Gone," a display of attitudinal assurance from Hillary Scott
; "Lookin' for a Good Time," an irresistible come-on from Charles Kelley
; "Slow Down Sister," a churning rocker with touches of Southern rock and Stax groove; and the pulsing "I Run to You," in which the voices circle one another tantalizingly before melding seamlessly in the chorus. Fans drawn in by "Love Don't Live Here" are about to discover just how much more there is to Lady Antebellum--and given the trio's breathtaking rise to newly minted star status, it's a sure bet that there are plenty of listeners out there waiting to do just that. "It still overwhelms me," Hillary admits. "I'm a true believer that what's meant to be will fall into place. When the ride starts, you've just got to jump on."
With a one-of-a-kind vocal chemistry that evokes the tradition of classic country, an up-to-the-second modern sound, and a songwriting partnership that's both timely and timeless, Lady Antebellum offers a combination that's both shockingly fresh and as familiar as an old friend.