Lady Antebellum Offers Acoustic Performance Of 'Downtown'

Lady Antebellum offered up an acoustic version of the band's current single, "Downtown," in a web-only video on Wednesday. The track is the first from the band's upcoming fourth studio album, Golden.

The track, which was co-written by Luke Laird, Shane McAnally and Natalie Hemby, features a reggae vibe with a pop hook that jives nicely in an unplugged setting.

"And I don't know why you don't take me downtown, like you got anywhere better to be / Talk it up and give me the go-round-round, like a good time tease," the pregnant Hilary Scott, who remained seated during the performance, crooned on the chorus.

"I think with this whole record, just in general, we just didn't put as much pressure on ourselves . . . We're not trying to chase a hit as much as I think we've tried in the past record or so," Charles Kelley previously said of Golden, which is due May 7.

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