From now on, the country act will officially be known as Lady A.
On Thursday (June 11), Lady Antebellum announced that the've officially shortened their name to Lady A in response to the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement.
In a lengthy note to fans on social media, the superstar country trio -- who first broke through in the late 2000s with hits like "Love Don't Live Here," "I Run To You" and "Need You Now" -- explained the reasoning behind the change.
"As a band, we have strived for our music to be a refuge...inclusive to all," they began. "We've watched and listened more than ever these past few weeks, and our hearts have been stirred with conviction, our eyes opened wide to the injustices, inequality and biases Black women and men have always faced and continue to face everyday. Now, blindspots we didn't even know existed have been revealed."