Watch Chris Lane Serenade His Wife, Lauren Lane, With New Song, ‘Mistake’
The track appears on his just-released EP, ‘From Where I’m Sippin.”
Chris Lane, Lauren Lane; Photo via YouTube
Chris Lane delivers a heavy dose of romance as he places his love for his wife Lauren Lane at the forefront of the visualizer for his just-released song, “Mistake.”
Taking place in the corner of a restaurant where nostalgic arcade games line the walls, the video captures the country star serenading his other half with the heartfelt lyrics that reminds him just how lucky he is to have her by his side in life. The pair appear to be happy as can be in the casual date-night setting as Lane keeps Lauren close, leaning in to make sure she hears every word of the catchy tune.
Co-penned by Lane with Josh Miller and Michael Lotten, “Mistake” finds the North Carolina crooning over the fact that “nothing comes close” to the blonde-haired woman in front of him and because of that, losing her would be a true “Mistake” on his end.
“She a little miss take my breath / Little miss so good it hurts / She a little miss let me take a sip of my beer wake up in my shirt / She a little miss take all my time a little bit of heaven on earth / She a little miss take my last name cause loosing a girl like her / Would be a mistake / I don’t ever want to make,” Lane delivers on the chorus.
New EP Out Now
This song appears as a track on the country star’s just-released EP, From Where I’m Sippin,’ a collection that features five new tunes, four of which were co-written by the hitmaker himself. Produced by Derek Wells with additional production from Michael Lotten, the highly anticipated project shines a light on the latest from Lane’s impressive catalog including “Way To Go Girl,” “Betcha,” the mid-tempo, carefree title track and the previously released lead single “Find Another Bar,” which is currently climbing the charts and has already surpassed 3.4 MILLION+ global streams.
“From Where I’m Sippin’” is a special project to me, and I hope these songs transport you to cherished moments in your life, stirring up memories and emotions like never before. Your support and anticipation have meant the world to me for this release and I can’t thank y’all enough,” he wrote in the caption of his recent social media post, promoting the new project.
This all unfolds as the hitmaking artist, husband, and father embarks on a new era of his career. From Where I’m Sippin’ serves as the first studio collection to launch on Lane’s newly announced label home – a partnership between Jay DeMarcus’ Red Street Records and Voyager Records, a label started by Lane himself.
“I cannot believe the day is finally here! I am so excited to introduce this next chapter with From Where I’m Sippin’,” shares Lane. “This set of songs is a rollercoaster journey of living and loving life, and I feel like it shows another side of me as a songwriter. Hope y’all love this project as much as I do!”
“Find Another Bar” as well as the rest of the From Where I’m Sippin’ EP follows Lane’s most recent set of releases such as “Dancin’ In The Moonlight” (with Lauren Alaina), “Howdy,” “Stop Coming Over,” the HIXTAPE: Vol. 2 smash “Small Town On It” (with Scotty McCreery), and a feature on Dustin Lynch’s “Tequila On A Boat.”
Chris Lane has spent the summer showcasing his fan-favorite hits and more live on stage through various festivals and headline dates. He has several more dates on the books, taking him through the remainder of the year, including his next stop at the Country Bay Music Festival in Key Biscayne, FL on November 11.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.