Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have each signed brand new record deals, indicating new albums are on the horizon. After recording for the indie giant Big Machine Label Group and Warner Music Nashville, respectively, McGraw and Hill now call Sony Music Entertainment home.
According to a report in Billboard, the superstar couple will record multiple solo albums, with details expected this spring.
While a long-awaited duets album has yet to be announced, the couple can be heard singing together on the new song "Keep Your Eyes on Me," off the soundtrack to the film The Shack. McGraw co-stars in the movie, which hits theaters on Friday, March 3rd.
The label news comes on the heels of McGraw's song "Humble and Kind" winning the Grammy for Best Country Song – awarded to songwriter Lori McKenna – and as McGraw and Hill prepare to launch their Soul2Soul Tour on April 7th in New Orleans. Hill's last studio album was 2008's holiday record Joy to the World; she released the compilation album Deep Tracks last November. McGraw released Damn Country Music in 2015.