Alabama Returns With New Single, 'Wasn’t Through Lovin' You Yet' [LISTEN]


Just a week after announcing their first album of new music in 14 years, Alabama has released a brand new single from their upcoming release.

"Wasn't Through Lovin' You Yet" is a fitting choice for the group's first single off their comeback album, Southern Drawl. Although it can be easily categorized as a romantic ode to a significant other, there's a special sentiment weaved through each line. It's a lyrical love letter that will hit longtime fans of Alabama straight in the heart.

"It got my attention the first time I heard it, and I asked to hear it again two and three times and knew it was powerful," lead singer Randy Owen told People. "It can be a guy talking to his girlfriend or wife, or it can be the three of us talking to our fans. Either way, it is a wonderful song, and we got to put the magic Alabama harmony on it."

The single marks the beginning of a new era in the band's incredible career that started in 1969. "We hope that a new generation of ALABAMA fans will find this music fresh, relative and exciting from a band that has been creating music for four decades," Owen said.

Southern Drawl will be released Sept. 18. You can pre-order the album and purchase "Wasn't Through Lovin' You Yet" on iTunes now.

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