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” ‘Find Another Bar’ Featured in Chris Lane’s Latest EP ‘From Where I’m Sippin’,’ Available Now”
“Chris Lane’s ‘Find Another Bar’ Video Reflects Past Experiences Despite Current Happy Marriage and Fatherhood”
In the video for “Find Another Bar,” Chris Lane, a contentedly married father of two, takes a nostalgic journey into his past. The video portrays a man grappling with the discomfort of encountering his ex at his favorite bar with her new boyfriend, evoking memories of heartache and shared moments with friends during his college days.
While the video doesn’t align with Lane’s present life, he remarks, “Filming this video felt like a flashback to me. It took me straight back to my college bar and what some of those nights were like for me and my friends.”
“Find Another Bar” was co-written by Lane, Justin Ebach, and Josh Thompson, with Derek Wells producing the track, Taylor Vermillion handling the video production, and Dustin Haney directing the video. Lane describes the video as capturing “that uncomfortable moment when you see your ex at your go-to spot, but she now has a new date on her arm.”
“I love how this video follows the former couple, and you can really feel their emotions through the lyrics,” Chris Lane expressed.
He aspires for viewers, regardless of their life stage, to connect with the video, saying, “I hope that fans can see situations like this happen to all of us regardless of what size town or city we live in.”
Lane is thrilled with the outcome of the music video, stating, “After the first watch, I knew that Dustin Haney nailed it, and the cast delivered. It was fun for me to take the perspective as the narrator and help the story unfold.”
“Find Another Bar” is part of Lane’s latest EP, “From Where I’m Sippin’,” which is currently available. This five-song collection marks his inaugural release under the collaboration between Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus’ record label Red Street Records and his own Voyager Records.
Having co-written four of the five songs on the EP, Lane explores a mix of pop-country success stories and a more traditional approach. Reflecting on his choices, he mentioned, “I didn’t want to deter too much away from some of the style songs that have given me the most success. I’ve still got ‘Mistake’ and ‘Betcha,’ stuff like that. Overall, to have a fiddle in a song, which I’ve always wanted, is definitely a little different for me. No doubt about it.”