There are teaser clips and then there are teaser clips. Lady Antebellum just released two teaser clips of the forthcoming video for their new single 'Just a Kiss.' If we were to measure these clips -- which run five seconds and four seconds each for a grand total of nine seconds -- in kisses, they would hardly equal a peck. However, they certainly got us super excited for the whole thing, which premieres tomorrow on the band's website at 1PM ET/Noon CT.

The clips indicate that the video is heavy on plot footage. They show the band on a train and in a train station. The five-second clip features Hillary Scott singing on a train, Charles Kelley singing on a train and Dave Haywood playing his instrument on a train. The four-second clip shows Kelley lounging while he waits for his train. It makes us wonder where Lady A are going on that train. Guess we'll have to tune in tomorrow to find out.

The band has been working up to this video premiere for months. They performed the song on 'American Idol' this past season and then they mashed it up with Prince's 'Kiss' at the CMTs earlier this month. Now we get to see it as a video.

'Just a Kiss' is the first single from the band's forthcoming 'Own the Night,' which is due to drop on September 13. It's the follow up to their Grammy-winning 'Need You Now.'

Watch the First Teaser Clip of 'Just a Kiss'

Watch the Second Teaser Clip From 'Just a Kiss'

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