Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott teamed up with her mom, dad and sister to record and release their new faith-based album, “Love Remains,” this year. The project has earned them a pair of Grammy nominations, but it also brought them closer than ever as a family.
Hillary tells NBC’s “Today, “We’ve been able to really grow even deeper in our relationship. It’s the heartbeat of our family — the ups and downs of what we’ve been through, but also that we’ve leaned on our faith to get through those good times and bad times.”
During Hillary’s chat with “Today’s” Jenna Bush Hager, Hillary goes on to talk about her song, “Thy Will,” which was written about Hillary’s miscarriage.
“This song in particular has touched people’s hearts right where they needed it,” Hillary says.
Jenna goes on to tell Hillary that “Love Remains” is a perfect album for the holidays, too.
Hillary adds, “I’d like to think so. The subject matter being about the Lord and our faith. That’s something that we celebrate at Christmas, the birth of Jesus, but you can celebrate it all year-round.”
Just listen to Hillary and her family harmonizing on “Silent Night” in this clip. It’s got us wishing for a Scott Family Christmas album, but that might have to wait. Hillary and her Lady A bandmates, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, have been busy in the studio working on a new album together. Look for that to be released in 2017.