Lady Antebellum's hiatus is officially over, which means they're ready to have some fun while on the road this summer. At a recent stop in Ohio, the country trio covered Justin Timberlake's upbeat new single, "Can't Stop the Feeling," which really got the festival crowd going.

Hillary Scott kicked off the song before bandmate Charles Kelley joined in on the upbeat number at Buckeye Country Superfest on June 18. The song — from the Trolls soundtrack — had Lady A get some help from the audience members, who also sang along

On Tuesday (June 28), Kelley posted a photo of himself in a studio working on new music. "Laying some vocals down on some new @ladyantebellum tracks today," he captioned the pic.

No release date has been revealed for a new album from the trio, but Scott is gearing up to launch her first solo album with her family. Hillary Scott & the Scott Family's forthcoming gospel album is called Love Remains and is due out July 29. She recently shared a picturesque music video for the debut single, "Thy Will." A moving song, Scott has said that it was written in a very dark place after she suffered a miscarriage last fall.

She said she wrote the song in the middle of “experiencing everything that comes with a miscarriage. So it was my most raw place that I could’ve ever been when this song truly poured out of me."

Stay tuned for more information on new Lady Antebellum music as it's available.

Hillary Scott Talks Heartbreak and 'Thy Will'