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Lady Antebellum's New Single 'Bartender' Arrives Online

May 15, 2014 (4:48 am) GMT
The new song, which will be available on iTunes on May 20, serves as the first single off the country trio's upcoming fifth album.

has returned with a new track called "Bartender". The song serves as the lead single off their upcoming fifth studio album, currently untitled, which is scheduled to hit the stores later this year.

The new single was witten by Rodney Clawson and was produced by Nathan Chapman, who's best known for producing 's albums. It's a mid-tempo country tune in which sings about enjoying a night out with some friends so she can forget her ex-boyfriend.

"Hey bartender pour 'em hot tonight/ 'Til the party and music and the truth collide/ Bring it 'til his memory fades away/ Hey bartender," she sings.

"Bartender" will be released on iTunes on May 20. "This was the first time writing with Rodney Clawson, he came on the road with us, and he took us out of our comfort zone," Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley recently said of working with Clawson.

"It was one of the last writing sessions we had on this album, and we want to have songs people can get lost in, we wanted songs that can stand up in a big venue. It's fun, anybody who's been out and wanting to get lost, that's part of the inspiration," another member Dave Haywood added.



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