More than 100 stations instantly add “What If I Never Get Over You”
Lady Antebellum returns with “What If I Never Get Over You,” the most-added single upon release in their career. Serving as their first taste of new music from BMLG Records, 115 stations instantly welcomed the “longing duet” (The Tennessean) after its release on Friday. Produced by Dann Huff, the plush mid-tempo ballad is fresh while simultaneously familiar — a song that feels like it’s been around for years because of its relatable lyrics and warm yet tense energy featuring shared pain of a failed relationship. They “dial up the drama” (Rolling Stone) for the “stirring” (Billboard) single, also available at all digital retailers.
The country trio has become one of the 21st century’s premier vocal groups, blending deeply felt emotions with classic country sounds. As a country radio staple, the trio has amassed record-breaking success with nine No. 1 hits while ushering in more than 18 million album units and 34 million tracks sold, with over four billion digital streams. Known for their 9x platinum hit “Need You Now” which is the highest certified song by a country group, they have earned ACM and CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” trophies three years in a row and countless other honors including seven GRAMMY awards, Billboard Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards and a Tony Award nod. The trio continues their first-ever Las Vegas residency, Our Kind of Vegas, with upcoming shows in August after a summer full of some of the country’s biggest fairs and festivals.