By Annie Reuter
Lady Antebellum may be busy readying the release of their sixth studio album, 747, but that doesn’t mean the country trio has stopped writing.
In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Their newest song, “I Did with You,” has just been released on iTunes and will be featured in the film The Best of Me, having been featured in the newly released trailer for the movie last week.
The soft ballad recalls previous Lady Antebellum hits like “Just a Kiss” and “Dancin’ Away with My Heart,” showcasing Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley’s alternating verses and spot-on harmonies.
“I’ve never known another love timeless and true / But I did with you,” they sing on the chorus.
The song is from the upcoming Nicolas Sparks film The Best of Me, staring James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan. The romantic movie is based off Sparks’ novel, which follows two high school sweethearts who later reunite after years of losing touch.
“I Did With You” was written by Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott and Monty Powell. The song is available on iTunes today (Sept. 9) as well as on Spotify.
In addition to Lady Antebellum, the soundtrack for the film also includes music from artists like Hunter Hayes, David Nail, Colbie Caillat and the Eli Young Band. The film is in theaters on Oct. 17.
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