Lady A continues to emerge with a new refined vision, as the full release of their eighth studio album ‘What A Song Can Do’ (BMLG Records) is out now. The 14 tracks produced by Dann Huff, capture the band’s signature sound and serves as a love letter to fans. In celebration of the release, the group will host a live performance party from Nashville’s Skydeck at Assembly Hall tonight (10/22 at 7:00P CT) and fans unable to join in-person can watch via Facebook here. ‘What A Song Can Do’ is available at all digital retailers here.
Lady A will continue the celebration in New York next week, with their exclusive iHeartCountry Album Release Party on Monday (10/25 at 7:00P Local time) where fans can tune-in to iHeartRadio’s official YouTube channel and also listen via iHeartCountry Radio station. Tuesday, Lady A will visit TODAY (10/26 at 6:00A CT on NBC) and also perform new music before taking their “eighties-style rock anthem” (Rolling Stone), “Like A Lady,” to Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday (10/27 at 11:35P CT).
Steeped in music’s power to get us through, ‘What A Song Can Do’ feels like a reawakening for Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott. They “also found a deeper meaning to what they do” (GRAMMY.com), as Haywood steps to the mic for his first-ever lead vocal on the devoted “Working On This Love” while “Friends Don’t Let Friends” brings together the band with Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker and Carly Pearce for the trio’s twang-rocking first true collaboration.
“At its sonic core, the 14-track collection is a classic Lady A release, awash in the thick three-part harmonies that established the band’s identity. Kelley provides a dash of smoke atop the Fleetwood Mac-ish ‘In Waves,’ co-lead Hillary Scott takes a feisty turn as lead on the poppy “You Keep Thinking That,” and the two trade the spotlight seamlessly on the bulk of the tracks.” – Billboard
“Offers up a mix of rich Country-pop ballads (‘Talk of This Town,’ ‘Fire,’ ‘Things He Handed Down’), melodic mid-tempo tunes (‘What A Song Can Do’) and uptempo tracks (‘Like A Lady’) that are at turns, earnest, heartfelt or playful and feature the tight harmonies.” – Atlanta Journal Constitution