Friday, September 22, 2023 – Lady A is out today with a new song, "Love You Back," on Big Machine Label Group.
The trio shared a sneak peek of the track during CMAFest and through social media. While on the road for their REQUEST LINE TOUR, which incorporates voicemail requests from fans attending each night's show, Lady A has been giving audiences an early listen of "Love You Back."
Written by James McNair, Lindsay Rhimes and Emily Weisband, and produced by Dann Huff, the mid-tempo song features Lady A's rich harmonies.
"When we first heard 'Love You Back,' we knew immediately it was such a great fit for us," the band said in a press release. "Heartbreak is something almost everyone has experienced and this song describes that experience in a whole new way. We've loved seeing how fans react to the song and to now share the official version with everyone is really special."
The group has also released a lyric video for "Love You Back," which features footage shot on the road where the trio previewed the song as a part of the show.
Lady A is also set to perform "Love You Back" live on TODAY this Tuesday.
Lady A's Request Line Tour is next headed to Durant, Okla. on Sept. 29 with the third leg of the tour kicking off in Wallingford, Conn on Oct. 19, Boston on Oct. 20 and and Philadelphia on Oct. 21 with support from Dave Barnes.
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