Laine Hardy just released an acoustic take on his brand new song, “Tiny Town.”
The new clip features scenes from Hardy’s hometown, including shots of the high school, local restaurants and the welcome sign that bears his name.
Out now, “Tiny Town” highlights everything there is to love about small towns and the people who live in them. The song was written by Michael Tyler Spragg and produced by Michael Knox.
Though the former American Idol champ didn’t have a hand in writing the song, it serves as a nod to his upbringing in Livingston, Louisiana, which boasts a population of just 2,000.
“Where I’m from is just burnt into who I am,” the singer previously shared with Country Now. “It’s a permanent thing. It’s always gonna be there. And it’s what makes me happy. It’s where I get my inspiration. So all my influences come from Louisiana, and that’s what I put into my music.”
“Tiny Town” follows the release of Hardy’s latest single, “Ground I Grew Up On” and the fan-favorite track “Let There Be Country.”
Click above to watch the brand new video.