℗ 2022 UMG Recordings; A Capitol Records Nashville Release
Released April 11, 2022
Duration 2m 55s
Record Label Capitol Records Nashville
Genre Country
 

Hell Yeah (Single)

Little Big Town

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Hell Yeah
Little Big Town
2:55
Little Big Town release their latest single, “Hell Yeah”. The song is the first single released by the ACM, CMA and GRAMMY-winning band in two years and will be on their forthcoming 10th studio album. “Phillip and I wrote this with Tyler Hubbard and Corey Crowder,” said LBT’s Jimi Westbrook. “I remember when Corey brought that hook in that day. He sang his idea and when he turned that phrase at the end of the chorus, we were all like ‘hell yeah!’ We always have a blast writing with those guys.” “This song is a classic breakup song, flipped upside down,” continued Sweet. “It’s pure feel-good vibes. We are so excited to premiere it on the CMT Music Awards which has always been a home for us in releasing new music. Big thanks to iHeart for the radio World Premiere. Hell yeah!”
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Nashville Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
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Hell Yeah
-0.66-10.906

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