Lady Antebellum's Heart Break Video Supports Hurricane Relief

Lady A is releasing a new music video and doing some good at the same time.

Along with dropping the new clip for their latest single “Heart Break” today (9/28), the country trio is also donating $200,000 from LadyAID® to hurricane relief efforts via MusiCares® and United for Puerto Rico.

The music video was shot earlier this year in the now hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, and the band’s Hillary Scott explains why Lady A wanted to show their support to the country.

“Just thinking about all of those places we went to and the people we met and befriended and just that beautiful culture and that beautiful place, we’re just so heartbroken and our prayers are with them,” Hillary tells Cody exclusively. “We wanted to do something to really help in any way we can to show our appreciation and our love for every area hit by these hurricanes but also Puerto Rico, being so special to us.”

A portion of every ticket sold on Lady Antebellum’s You Look Good World Tour goes to the band’s LadyAID fund. In addition to their donation to relief in Puerto Rico, the group also donated merchandise proceeds from their recent Dallas concert to hurricane relief in Texas.

Fans can take part in the ongoing relief efforts by contributing at

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