Need You Now (Lady Antebellum song)

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"Need You Now"
Need You Now.jpg
US single cover
Single by Lady Antebellum
from the album Need You Now
ReleasedAugust 11, 2009 (2009-08-11)
FormatDigital download
GenreCountry, Pop
Length
  • 4:37 (album version)
  • 3:56 (single version)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Lady Antebellum singles chronology
"I Run to You"
(2009)
"Need You Now"
(2009)
"American Honey"
(2010)
Alternative cover
International single cover
International single cover

"Need You Now" is a song performed by American country music trio Lady Antebellum. The band co-wrote the song with Josh Kear, and produced it with Paul Worley. It serves as the lead-off single and title track to their second studio album, Need You Now (2010), and was first released in the US on August 11, 2009.[1][2] The song also served as their debut single in the UK and Europe, where it was released April 23, 2010. It won four Grammy Awards in 2011, including for Song of the Year and Record of the Year, the first country song to win both honors since "Not Ready to Make Nice" by the Dixie Chicks won both in 2006, and only the second ever to do so.

The song spent five weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in late 2009.[3][4] Thereafter, "Need You Now" crossed over onto various pop and adult contemporary music charts, becoming a top five hit in Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand, as well as a top ten hit in the Netherlands and Norway. The song won Single of the Year and Song of the Year at the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards,[5] as well as Group Video of the Year at the 2010 CMT Music Awards.[6] For the chart week of March 30, 2010, the song became the group's highest-charting single on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 2,[7] the best position for a country song by a band on that chart since Lonestar's "Amazed" topped the tally at the beginning of the decade.[8] The single has been certified sextuple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[9]

A music video was shot for the song, directed by Dave McClister. In the video the song has an extended piano intro, and features all members of the group acting out scenes related to the storyline.[10] The song was initially released only to the country radio format in the United States and Canada on August 24, 2009,[1] but was remixed and re-released to all other formats domestically and internationally at the beginning of 2010. The song gained prominence internationally, in Europe and South America. The trio re-recorded the song again in Simlish to accompany the release of the Sims 3 expansion pack Ambitions.[11] By April 17, 2011, the song became the ninth most downloaded song in history, moving 5,000,000 copies, and surpassed Taylor Swift's "Love Story" as the most downloaded country song in history.[12][13] It has since sold over 6 million copies in the US.[14]

The song was used in television series such as Hellcats and The Glades. "Need You Now" has also been covered by several artists, including Adele with Darius Rucker, Boyce Avenue and Glee Cast. "Weird Al" Yankovic included the chorus in "Polka Face", the polka medley from his 2011 album Alpocalypse.

Content[edit]

The lyrics describe placing a call to someone in the middle of the night due to being lonely and longing for companionship. Hillary Scott commented on the song, saying that "All three of us know what it's like to get to that point where you feel lonely enough that you make a late night phone call that you very well could regret the next day." Charles Kelley told The Boot that the band's record executives initially had concerns regarding using the lyrics "I'm a little drunk", but convinced the executives to leave the content in the song.[15]

Reception[edit]

"Need You Now" has received positive reviews from music critics. It won the 2011 Grammy award for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. The song received a "thumbs up" review from Jim Malec of the 9513. He said that although Charles Kelley's voice had a "surprisingly stuffy tone," lead singer Hillary Scott's voice fit perfectly for "dark" songs like "Need You Now." He said that both singers had a rawness in their voices that made the song feel "real".[16] It also received a positive review from Ken Tucker of Billboard, who said, "the song finds alto Scott trading lead vocals with a soulful Kelley, and it will connect with anyone who's ever dumped a significant other and regretted it in the early morning hours."[17] Bobby Peacock of Roughstock gave a positive review as well, comparing its sound favorably to that of "I Run to You." He also thought the traded-off lead vocals gave the song "more depth," and that Kelley and Scott sang more strongly than on the debut album.[18]

Critics in Europe and North America have pointed to similarities between "Need You Now" and 1982's "Eye in the Sky" by The Alan Parsons Project.[19][20] Hillary Scott responded saying that she "had never even heard of him".[citation needed]

Chart performance[edit]

The song became the trio's second No. 1 hit on the Hot Country Songs chart for the chart dated November 28, 2009,[3] where it stayed for five weeks,[4] making it the first song to hold the No. 1 position for more than four weeks since Taylor Swift's "Our Song" spent six weeks at No. 1 between December 2007 and January 2008.[21] In the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the song peaked at No. 2 and stayed there for two weeks (kept from the top spot by a combination of "Break Your Heart" by Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris[22] and "Rude Boy" by Rihanna[23]) making it their highest charting single on that chart and their first top 5. On the Canadian Hot 100, it also peaked at No. 2, making it their highest charting and first top five single there as well. It is only the second country song to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart, the first being Faith Hill's "Breathe", which reached the top position in 2000.[24] For the Billboard tracking period of March 29–April 4, 2010, "Need You Now" broke the record held by Hoobastank's hit "The Reason" for most spins in one week on the Adult Top 40 chart.[25] The song debuted at No. 28 on the UK Singles Chart in its first week of release. It was covered in a live performance for Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Concert in June 2012 by English singers Gary Barlow and Cheryl Cole which saw the song re-enter the UK Charts.[26] Over a month later it climbed to No. 15, its highest UK chart position and after 53 weeks in the chart.[27]

On December 9, 2010, the song was named the No. 2 Hot 100 song of the year by Billboard, behind "Tik Tok" by Kesha, marking the highest position a country song has ever reached since Faith Hill's "Breathe" was ranked No. 1 in the year-end chart of the year 2000.[28]

In April 2011, Need You Now replaced Taylor Swift's "Love Story" as the best-selling country song of all time in the U.S.[29] It is also the second country song to sell over 5 million digital copies (after Swift's "Love Story").[30] It has sold over 6 million copies by January 2013, the first country song to do so.[14] As of June 2016, it had sold 6.7 million units in the U.S.[31]

Due to the band winning four Grammys, "Need You Now" debuted at No. 32 on the German Singles Chart in February 2011, 10 months after the digital release of the single. Before that happened, the song did not sell enough to enter the chart.[32][33]

Music video[edit]

A still from the music video showing Hillary Scott singing while leaning out of a taxi.

David McClister directed the "Need You Now" music video, using a treatment he wrote in 10 minutes.[34]

The video features all three members of Lady Antebellum acting out scenes pertaining to the storyline. It begins in a hallway of a hotel where Kelley is sitting against a wall and Scott is in her room, with Haywood playing the piano. Kelley goes to a cafe and has a coffee, where Haywood arrives with his love interest. Scott then leaves her room and hails a taxi. Kelley leaves the cafe and goes outside to walk to a costume ball, to which Scott is also traveling. When they arrive at the ball, they both see their love interests wearing masks and embrace them. Haywood soon arrives at the ball with his love interest. The video ends with all three members embracing their love interests.[10] The video was filmed at the King Edward Hotel in Toronto, Ontario.[35]

Of the changes between the song and its music video, one of the most noted is Kelley drinking coffee instead of whiskey, since the song states the character is intoxicated. In response, McClister admitted he simply did not want the video to be a literal adaptation of the song, as he felt sitting in a diner in the middle of the night was lonelier.[34]

Cover versions and media usage[edit]

In December 2010, Adele and Darius Rucker performed the song at the CMT Artists of the Year.[36][37] The song was featured in the 2012 film Zero Dark Thirty. The song is featured in the first episode of Hellcats,[38] and it also appeared in episode 12 of The Glades. "Weird Al" Yankovic included the chorus in "Polka Face", the polka medley from his 2011 album Alpocalypse.

In 2017, Shane Filan of Westlife included this song on his album Love Always which reached Top 3 in Scottish Albums Chart and Top 5 in UK Albums Chart and Irish Albums Chart. This was released as a promotional single in East Asia with a new arrangement and a duet with a Filipina bossa nova music artist Sitti. The said single charted in iTunes Top Songs in Laos, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia.[39] A version of the song by Filan with Indonesian pop star Anggun was released for the Asia Deluxe Edition of the Love Always album in July 2018. Another cover, by Johnny Gioeli and Deen Castronovo featuring Giorgia Colleluori was released in 2018.

Track listing[edit]

  • Digital download
  1. "Need You Now" – 3:57
  • Other versions
  • "Need You Now" (Jason Nevins Elektrotek Radio Edit) – 3:31
  • "Need You Now" (Jason Nevins Hands Up Radio Edit) – 3:33
  • "Need You Now" (Jason Nevins Rhythmic Radio Edit) – 3:29
  • "Need You Now" (DJ Dark Intensity Remix) – 4:22
  • 52nd Annual Grammy Awards
  • "Need You Now"
  • 53rd Annual Grammy Awards
  • "If You Don't Know Me by Now/American Honey/Need You Now"

Credits and personnel[edit]

Adapted from the album liner notes.[40]

  • Chad Cromwell – drums
  • Jason "Slim" Gambill – electric guitar
  • Dave Haywood – background vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Charles Kelley – lead vocals
  • Rob McNelley – electric guitar (solo)
  • Michael Rojas – piano, synthesizer
  • Hillary Scott – lead vocals
  • Paul Worley – acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Craig Young – bass guitar

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Result
2010 Academy of Country Music Single Record of the Year[5] Won
Song of the Year[5] Won
Video of the Year[41] Nominated
CMT Music Awards Group Video of the Year[6] Won
Video of the Year[6] Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Music: Country Song[42] Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Single of the Year[43] Won
Music Video of the Year[43] Nominated
American Country Awards Single of the Year[44] Won
Single by a Duo/Group[44] Won
Music Video of the Year[44] Nominated
Video by Duo/Group[44] Won
2011 Grammy Awards Record of the Year[45] Won
Song of the Year[45] Won
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals[45] Won
Best Country Song[45] Won

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label Ref.
United States[1] August 11, 2009 Digital download Capitol Nashville [2]
August 24, 2009 Country radio [99]
January 3, 2010 Adult contemporary radio
[100]
January 24, 2010 Hot adult contemporary radio [101]
Germany April 23, 2010 Digital download Capitol Nashville [102]
Italy [103]
United Kingdom April 30, 2010 Parlophone [104]
Canada June 29, 2010 Digital download
(Jason Nevins Dance Remix)
Capitol Nashville [105]
United States [106]

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