Grammy Award-winning group Little Big Town performed the new song, “One Of Those Days,” last night on the season finale of NBC’s “The Voice,” with the song available on iTunes, Spotify and all digital service providers now.
Written by Little Big Town and Pharrell Williams, “One Of Those Days” is the first song from the group’s new album, Wanderlust, produced by Pharrell, available Friday, June 10. From Capitol Records Nashville, Wanderlust will feature eight brand new songs from the group and the mega producer.
“Wanderlust is the result of an incredible friendship and chemistry we have with Pharrell Williams,” said Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild. ”What started out as one writing session a few months ago turned into multiple writing sessions, as well as back and forth trips from Nashville to Los Angeles. When the songs started coming together, we realized it was too special to not share with our fans. Pharrell loves country music and is a huge fan of harmony. That shared passion and appreciation took us on a creative journey we had no idea would happen. The music feels like our worlds have collided in the best possible way – his infectious grooves paired with our layered vocals and harmonies. This music is meant to be danced to, sung along with and turned up loud. It’s uplifting and hopeful. We’ve been a band for a long time and have had the pleasure of collaborating with so many people, and it’s been a complete joy to make music with Pharrell!”
“We had a great time working together because we all love harmonies and that’s a really fun way to make a record,” Pharrell added. “A lot of the songs were based on what the group were going through at the time and creating good feelings around those experiences.” Little Big Town is currently on the road with Luke Bryan for the Kill The Lights Tour. For more information, visit LittleBigTown.com or follow them @littlebigtown.
Stage Right Secrets LLC, is an online music and entertainment digital/print magazine and website that strives to enable fans to connect with their favorite entertainers on a more personal level. What makes them stand out is the fact that they have no specific music or entertainment genre, bringing in a wide range of followers.