Lady Antebellum's new album Heart Break was given its title by a mid-tempo, Hillary Scott-led song of independence. The group shared "Heart Break" with fans on Friday.

The new album drops on June 9, but why wait? "Heart Break" finds the trio celebrating being single all summer long. So many country songs find the vocalist rolling in self-pity but this new song is all about getting over a lover.

"I'm single for the summer / I won't rebound / One lover to another or won't be tied down / I'm single like the queen in the California King I'm in / I think it's time to take a heart break," she sings.

Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood add harmonies, with Kelley standing out most during the final chorus. The tone of this new song stays true to the direction "You Look Good" started in. It's been nothing but positivity from the trio thus far, something they say didn't come easy. They had to leave Nashville to get serious.

It Took a Long Time to Get to "Heart Break" 

"Everything just started pouring out the minute we got away," Kelley says "Once we wrote 'Heart Break' ... that's when we said 'OK, now we've found our hero song and we can start building our record around it.'"

Lady A's You Look Good Tour with Brett Eldredge and Kelsea Ballerini will take them on the road all summer. In August they'll play WE Fest in Detroit Lakes, Minn.

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