It’s starting to look like NBC’s The Voice is the cool new place to launch a single.
Blake Shelton launched Over on the show a couple week’s ago and now Lady Antebellum has done the same. The band released a new video just recently, but this will be there official single up next on the charts. Check out Wanted You More.
Wanted You More – Lady Antebellum
It’s hard to really say anything negative about Lady Antebellum. They have done nothing but impress since launching their career four or five years ago. It’s crazy to think it’s already been that long since they first came out on the scene. The band is now one of the biggest acts in the world and they keep the hits coming.
Wanted You More is another song that explores the issues of relationships and being a young adult. If you were a fan of Friends back in the ’90s you probably see the similarities of how Lady Antebellum touches on the topics affecting young adults. The trio is going through the same issues. They are exploring relationships and struggling to find the ones they’ll love. I’m sure the band members are going through this personally, but even more than that they are certainly going through that part of life in their songs.
The song is about someone that wanted the other person more than could be returned the other way. You’ve probably been there yourself or might know someone that had this situation. It can be maddening. You fall for someone after meeting them and hanging out and you really want things to continue, but they call it off for whatever reason. The feeling just wasn’t there and you can’t do anything about it.
This is another great song from Lady Antebellum. It’s hard to see it not reaching the top spot on the charts, but I’m going to say #5 for the peak on this one. Let me know if you disagree.
This is the fourth single from Own The Night. I’d imagine it will reach its peak later this spring. Then I’m not sure if the band will push for another new album for the holiday season or if they’ll have time to squeeze in one more single from this record.
We’ll have to wait and see.
Until then we can enjoy listening to Wanted You More on the radio for the next couple months.
Chart Estimate: #5
CML Points: 80/100