Today we feature a new tune that was premiered at the recent CMT Video Music Awards telecast. A song that is a departure from this group's recent trends, presenting a different voice then what we have become accustomed to hearing from this quartet.

50th Academy Of Country Music Awards at AT&T Stadium on April 19, 2015 in Arlington, Texas
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When they were founded in 1998, Little Big Town came together on the strength of the voices of Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbook, Phillip Sweet and Kimberly Roads (now Schlapman), and what each member brought to the group. They signed their first recording contract with Mercury Records in 2000, but that deal went absolutely nowhere, producing no singles or albums. In 2002, they signed with Monument Records, a deal that lasted for two singles and an album; the group exited the label when Monument dissolved their Nashville branch.

For the next three years, the four worked every job they could, performing at night and taking studio gigs, anything they could to keep the group together. In 2005 they were signed by Clint Black's Equity Music Group, an organization that was focused on the artists and their vision. They released two albums for Equity, resulting in 7 singles, 2 of which made the top-10. While the group was on tour with Carrie Underland's Carnival Ride tour in 2008, Equity Music Group closed its doors, leaving the quartet without a record contract.

2016 CMT Music Awards - Red Carpet
Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for CMT

Capitol Records Nashville came calling in 2010 and Little Big Town began the next phase of their career. The first 10 years resulted in three album that produced just two top-10 hits and one platinum certification. 2007 saw them win the ACM Top New Vocal Group award. Since signing with Capital Records, the group has released 5 albums, the most recent Breaker, which hit the streets on February 24th. They have received three platinum albums, 6 top-10 singles, including 3 n#1s. They also were a part of the Artists of Then, Now and Forever and the single "Forever Country", the second song in history to debut at #1 on the Billboard Country singles chart.

Their most recent album has already produced a number one single, with its lead, "Better Man" and we have the next single from the project in our spotlight today. With Jimi Westbrook on lead vocals instead of Karen Fairchild, who's voice we have

50th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 2, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee.
photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images Entertainment

become accustomed to, it's Little Big Town and "When Someone Stops Loving You" as today's Catch of the Day. Brought to you by All American Super Car Wash, it's new music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again.

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