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Lady Antebellum Performs “You Look Good” On “GMA” – WATCH VIDEO
June 12, 2017
Lady Antebellum performed “You Look Good” on Monday’s “GMA.” Check out the video below!
“You Look Good” was released in January as the lead single for the group’s upcoming album, Heart Break, which just dropped on Friday. To date, “You Look Good” has peaked at number nine on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart. Since the record just came out, though, it’s too soon to know where it will debut on the Billboard 200 chart.
But this is a welcome return for fans, who had to wait through a hiatus to get new music. Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood opted to work on individual projects following the release of 2014’s 747. The three-year gap between that album and this new one is the longest the band has taken to date. And while this is their seventh studio alum, the group has said it’s most comparable to their 2010 breakout collection, Need You Now.
Lady Antebellum previously performed “You Look Good” at the ACM Awards in April, as well as just last week at the CMT Music Awards. Appearing on the red carpet pre-show before the event, there was an amusing joke about the trio “looking good.” Kelley actually opened the show as part of the Greg Allman tribute, and then was joined by his band mates at the end of the ceremony to perform not just “You Look Good,” but also a medley with Earth, Wind & Fire.
When not performing on awards show and stopping by morning shows, Lady Antebellum is on its “You Look Good Tour,” which started late last month. Shows will take place in North Carolina later this week, and dates are currently scheduled through October. For a taste of what to expect, watch the “Good Morning America” video below!