Lauren Reno is releasing a brand-new video for her new tune, “Gold Rush,” and she or he’s letting Style of Nation readers see it earlier than anybody else.
The nation singer co-wrote “Gold Rush” together with her husband, Ben Reno, and Matt Borders, and the tune — which is the title monitor of her new album — leans into the sort of rootsy nation music that is helped her construct a loyal fan base.
Reno drew on her father’s backstory for the non-public lyrics.
“The ‘Gold Rush’ monitor is uncooked and trustworthy as a result of it’s near house; I’m a gold miner’s daughter,” she tells Style of Nation. “I wished to pay tribute to my heritage and upbringing.”
The singer-songwriter filmed the “Gold Rush” music video with director Chaz Mazzota in her native stomping grounds. Shot within the previous west city of Gold Creek Ranch, Reno, Nev., the clip is a slice of life for Reno.
“The vibe of the video paints a true-to-life image of gold mining and its historical past, the hard-working, blue-collar neighborhood and a tradition that shares a mutual bond — a way of life that also exists,” Reno states.
Reno’s Gold Rush album additionally options “Bottle’s Value a Dime,” the video of which has positioned constantly effectively in Style of Nation’s Video Countdown for quite a lot of weeks.
Gold Rush is ready for launch on Friday (Sept. 23).