Little Big Town takes a trip back to 1989…


Little Big Town just released a pretty amazing country album, but surprisingly that's not the album they're raving about. Nope, it's an album called 1989 by an artrtist of the name Taylor Swift.

They talked to Hollywood Life and told them that they love Taylor’s new direction and fully support her going pop with her new album 1989.

“Taylor’s already been doing her own thing for years and it works. She’s just evolving, and that’s what she’s been doing her whole career.”

“There’s no stopping her. Taylor is going to take over the world,” Little Big Town added

I'd say the future looks pretty bright for Taylor Swift AND Little Big Town!

You can catch them both on NBC's The Voice this season!

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