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It builds on the sultry swagger of Girl Problems, but he and the Grammy-nominee aren't singing about a steamy downtown hookup.I won meet & greet with Tim McGraw!
Instead, the track reveals who Lane really is - a true country boy with deeply rooted family values - becoming Lane's third Gold-certified single in a row. The patient "I Don't Know About You" charts a similar course - a hard-crushing, swollen-hearts anthem sure to inspire stadium wide sing alongs - while "Number One" takes a soulful look at regret, and "Without You" adds Danielle Bradbery for some sun-kissed romantic harmony.
On "Drunk People," Lane's good-natured sense of humor shines bright. The grinning mid-tempo is just smooth enough to not aggravate a hangover headache, but edgy enough to admit that drunk people do dumb things And likewise, "Fishin'" feels as fun and refreshing as a secret honey hole on a hot day.
Country to the core, its lyrics recall the innocence of young love - and the nostalgia of the genre's most iconic hits. A slow, heartfelt ballad with an openly religious theme of personal conviction, Lane says he knew recording it could be risky, "but at the same time, there has never been a song that is more true to me.
Supremely relaxed, soulful, and full of mature optimism, it describes a hand-in-hand adventure which could be about Lane and the girl of his dreams Either way, he promises to keep on moving forward, together.
I know what I truly love and what kind of artist I want to be. My goal was to make sure anyone who hears this album finds a song they can relate to. We were really well-rehearsed, which made a big difference, and two, it was just easy.
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I felt a little weird when we were done, because I wasn't stressed out. I didn't feel like I needed to pull my hair out, because that's usually the case. I kind of felt uneasy because I was so relaxed.
We didn't go into this 25 years ago with business minds, but we did the major label dance for years. In this day and age, it's so easy for artists to reach fans directly, I don't know why anyone wouldn't do it otherwise.
I don't envy a lot of young bands coming up now because there's so much out there — it's probably easier to get lost in the shuffle — so we kind of had the best of both worlds where we got tour support in the '90s, and then when the rug got pulled out from under us and a lot of other bands, with the internet we were able to get back up on our feet pretty quickly.
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When we make a mistake, we know who to blame. We can't blame the label and point fingers — well, we do, but when it is, it's pointing back at ourselves. Sure, it can be very overwhelming, and I get overwhelmed by the amount of music out there as well, but it's just word of mouth. It's just like when you're coming up in your local scene — 'I saw this band open up for so-and-so.
If someone listens to our music for free on YouTube but then decides to come to our show and buy a ticket and buy a t-shirt, I think that's a pretty fair trade. Not to say I don't want people also to buy our records, but I can't point any fingers because I do the same thing a lot.