Lady Antebellum has taken to Facebook with a brand new video featuring their funky hit “You Look Good” — the lead single from their current album, “Heart Break.”

Unlike the horn-section that’s utilized on the album track, the band — made up of Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley — can be heard singing along to the accompaniment of a just acoustic guitars.

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This clip, which also showcases footage from Lady A’s massive “You Look Good” summer tour, gives fans a behind-the-scenes look into their life on the road.

One of the highlights in the video includes the threesome’s exciting moment where they thrilled thousands of hockey fans with the national anthem before a NHL Stanley Cup playoff game this year. A downtime moment also shows them kicking back and playing volleyball with members of their crew. They even make sure to get a good stretch in before journeying to their next television appearance or arena show. Perhaps the best part of the video though is the footage of Hillary’s precious 4-year-old daughter Eisele. It’s clear to see that the child has been having a blast with her parents on the road!

Lady A’s “You Look Good” tour kicked off on May 26, in Bakersfield California. The trek, which will take the band overseas to South Africa and across Europe, proves just how much of a whirlwind year they’ve had so far since coming back from their brief hiatus.

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Of course, their road ahead is only going to get busier, as two Lady A members are currently expecting children. Earlier this month, the trio revealed that Dave and his wife, Kelli, are expecting their second child. In addition to that, Hillary and husband Chris Tyrrell will soon be parents to twins!

Watch the video above to see Lady A’s amazing memories, and to hear their acoustic version of “You Look Good.”

Lady Antebellum headed south for “You Look Good” music video

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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