Last week, Lady Antebellum released the title track to their upcoming 'Own the Night' album to radio stations. This week, they're teasing fans with 30-second previews on Amazon of all 12 songs from the project, due out on September 13.

While the song 'Own the Night' was a traditional deviation from the songs that have made the band famous, there doesn't appear to be another like it on the album. Many of the remaining 11 -- including 'Just a Kiss' -- seem to be more polished, like hits 'Need You Now' and 'American Honey' from previous albums.

Lyrically, these snapshots pull one in enough to wonder where the story goes next, but alas we all have to wait three weeks. 'Cold as Stone' is one to keep an eye on, as is the peppier 'Singing Me Home.'

The trio makes a habit of writing songs based on each other's personal lives, and Hillary Scott has provided plenty of fodder over the last 12 months. Now that she's happily engaged, one wonders if we'll find an album full of more upbeat tunes.

Lady Antebellum are set to open their Own the Night Tour this fall in Knoxville, Tenn. The first show is on November 11, and Randy Montana and Eden's Edge will open. Also, look for the trio on NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' this October.