She talked about her experience having a miscarriage last fall on Good Morning America, and how she's opening up now to help make conversation about it more normal.
Scott, 30, said she feels as though people don't talk about miscarriages much at all.
"I also feel like there's this pressure that you're just supposed to be able to snap your fingers and continue to walk through life like it never happened," she added.
Thankfully, Scott has music as an outlet to help her process the emotions surrounding the loss of a child she never got to meet, as well as help work through some of the pain. As a mother to 2-year-old Eisele Kaye, she said the experience has changed the way she approaches motherhood.
"I'm a different mom to her now ... I hug her a lot tighter," Scott said.
She also created an album of hymns with her parents and sister. The album, titled Love Remains will be released July 29.
Scott said she wrote the first single, "Thy Will," in the midst 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."
As for now, Scott is glad to have Lady A and a tour to help keep her busy as she continues to process.
"After going through everything that I've gone through in the past year, but also just the process of making this record, I know I'm coming back into the mindset of Lady Antebellum ... I'm very grateful," she said.