AOL: This song is gaining you a whole lot of new fans, who may not necessarily be country fans.
Hillary: 'Need You Now' is a universal subject matter. It's something that not just country fans, not just pop fans -- everybody's been there. And the production was a little left of center.
Charles: It lends itself to all genres. Not all songs that we cut would work on pop, but this one seems like it.
Hillary: And that's great if we can raise more awareness to the genre that we are so proud to be a part of. That's the ultimate compliment, because there is great music in the country music genre, and more people need to hear it!
AOL: Did anyone from your own lives come to mind when you heard the lyrics to 'American Honey' for the first time?
Dave Haywood: Charles and I grew up in Georgia, going to South Carolina to the beach on a lot of family vacations. So we go back to that place, and that's the kind of message we want to have with that song -- when we get caught up in the craziness of our lives and jobs, to have a song that helps you remember the sweeter times. Having those relationships are what's important in life.
Hillary: It took me back to my grandparents. My parents traveled a lot, so my grandparents practically raised me. My grandmother and I really bonded in the kitchen. She's this amazing southern cook, and I would always help her -- whether it was cracking eggs or stirring the green beans. It takes me back there.