The English girl group is seen in a video singing an a cappella version of their new song, which is reportedly titled 'Woman Like Me'.
The country supergroup performs 'Interstate Gospel', 'Got My Name Changed Back' and 'Best Years of My Life' at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.
The upcoming album will hit the shelves via Republic Records and include eleven tracks, including collaboration with Boyz II Men and Babyface.
The clip also features scenes from 'A Star Is Born' which show how Ally and Jackson Maine's relationship turns into romance as well as Maine's struggles with drinking.
Celebrating her 34th birthday, the Canadian pop-rocker treats fans to her first music video in five years and launches a charity #HeadAboveWater T-shirt campaign.
Unlike their usual 'IDOL' performance, the seven-piece group doesn't bring their backup dancers for their performance on the morning show.
Aside from showing her support to the LGBTQ community at her tour comeback, the 'Say Something' singer also sheds tears when sharing to fans how much she missed touring.
The song is played along with a sensual footage of the songstress lounging around a room in an oversized white shirt over a black tank top.
The song also serves as the title track of the Swedish singer's upcoming album, which will be released on October 26.
The 'Space Jam' actor teams up with the country musicians to perform Prine's debut song 'Paradise' at the weekly music event.
The 'Love Me' rapper sets the record straight on the release date of his long-awaited new album, which was previously reported to be released on September 21.
The seven-piece group delivers rendition of 'I'm Fine' and 'IDOL' during their appearance on the late night show.
The new song serves as the soundtrack to indie movie 'Skate Kitchen', in which the rapper and actor also stars.
In addition to ruling Top Country Albums, the 'American Idol' alum makes history by becoming the first female country artist to top Billboard 200 four times.
The 33-second clip sees Halsey dancing in the rain while singing, 'Maybe I'm the one who puts you up there but I don't know why.'
The news arrives after the rapper was forced to cut short his Dallas concert on Sunday night, September 23 due to a foot injury.
When asked whether NFL should give the female emcee her own set at the annual halftime show, the 'Sky Walker' singer says, 'She would kill that.'
It allegedly made the 34-year-old rapper decide to drop out of his collaboration with the 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker on 'Drip' off 'Invasion of Privacy'.
The sub-unit of South Korean boyband NCT is billed to perform on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', the same show where BTS performed last November.
Although Travis and Mac never had a collaboration in music, the 'Antidote' hitmaker took the stage in downtown Las Vegas and rapped a quick verse, declaring his love for the late rapper.