Hillary Scott grapples with her faith in 'Thy Will' video, from upcoming 'Love Remains' album

Hillary Scott's Personal Tragedy Led to Lady Antebellum Song 'Thy Will'
Hillary Scott's Personal Tragedy Led to Lady Antebellum Song 'Thy Will'

Earlier this year, Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley released his debut solo project The Driver, and his Lady A duet partner, Hillary Scott, will follow suit next month: She teamed up with her mother, father and sister to record Love Remains.

The family began working on the new collection of faith-based songs after the death of Scott's grandmother in 2011. "The process of making this album has been not only creatively inspiring, but I've also really been able to grow as a person," the singer said in a statement. "We've had this intense concentrated amount of time as a family together, which has been so special. With all that we've gone through together, the highs, the lows -- to be able to process all of that together, to heal together, to grieve together, to laugh, to cry, all of those things...it's just been such a continuation of solidifying the strong foundation that we have in our family."

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On Monday (June 20), Scott also shared the video for "Thy Will." In an interview with Good Morning America, the singer suggested that she wrote the song after a miscarriage last summer. "I don't want to think, I may never understand," Scott sings. "That my broken heart was a part of your plan."

The legendary Ricky Skaggs produced Love Remains, which hits shelves July 29. Watch "Thy Will" below.