Long Stretch Of Love is the next single to come from Lady Antebellum's sixth studio album 747. The country trio hope to reclaim the top spot with their latest offering and match the roaring success of their record's lead single Bartender.
Like its predecessors, Long Stretch Of Love resides in the pop-country niche that we've come to expect from the country trio. Featuring equal measures of cool electric guitar and classic banjo, the Nashville based band turn up the heat with their incredibly infectious new single. As per usual, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley deliver polished vocal performances, singing lyrics such as "We say that we're through, but I come right back to you" to depict a roller coaster relationship you just can't leave. Lady Antebellum have well and truly embraced their crossover appeal on Long Stretch Of Love, opening up their sound to all sorts of music fans.
The release of Long Stretch Of Love to country radio marks the beginning of Lady A's Wheels Up tour that will see the band criss-crossing the globe with Sam Hunt and Hunter Hayes over the coming months.