Rising artist Erin Kinsey is turning heads with the recent release of her new track, “Vegas.”
The 21-year-old, who moved to Nashville the morning after her high school graduation, co-wrote the song with Brinley Addington and Barrett Baber. The track was produced by Josh Ronen.
The fun, romantic tune makes several references to Vegas cliches, while also homing in on the idea that being in love can lead you to ditch the traditional plans you always had and want to be spontaneous and seal the deal as quick as possible.
Some of the lyrics include:
“The way you kiss me, hold me, spin me around
Got me thinkin’ somethin’ different right now
Maybe it could be Vegas
Find the chapel with the shortest wait list
Pick the package where the preacher is Elvis”
“‘Vegas’ is by far one of the most country songs I’ve ever written,” shares Kinsey. “It’s so much fun to play live, and the color in the lyrics makes it really feel like I’m telling a story with all the fun details. Behind the crazy story, it’s truly just about loving someone so much that you want to start forever with them as soon as possible.”
The Texas native continues to earn praise for her current radio single “Just Drive,” which was released last year off her first EP, 40 East.
Successfully making her way into country music, Kinsey had the honor of making her Grand Ole Opry debut this past April.
To watch the emotional moment, click below. Since her debut, the singer/songwriter returned to the iconic venue on Friday, July 15th.