Lainey Wilson Blazes Her Own Trail In New Music Video For Current Single, “Wildflowers And Wild Horses”

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Lainey Wilson doesn’t miss.

The Louisiana native’s current single at country radio “Wildflowers and Wild Horses” is steadily climbing the charts, and is actually sitting within the Top 10 on the Mediabase chart as of this weekend (which is one of two charts labels use to officially track their songs performance, along with the Billboard Country Airplay chart):

And on Saturday, Lainey released a brand new music video for the song, which she wrote alongside Trannie Anderson and Paul Sikes. The song was included as the third single from her 2022 Grammy-winning Bell Bottom Country album.

In terms of the sound and concept, it definitely leans into Lainey’s Western roots and upbringing in rural Louisiana. She is the fifth-generation daughter of a farmer, which she notes in the lyrics:

“I’m five generations of blazin’ a trail
Through barb-wired valleys and overgrown dells
I’m barefoot and bareback and born tough as nails
Whoa, whoa, whoa

I’m four-fifths of reckless and one-fifth of jack
I push like a daisy through old sidewalk cracks
Yeah, my kinda crazy’s still runnin’ its courses with
Wildflowers and wild horses”

It’s a strong single with a distinct sound, and the new video has some really unique and interesting visuals that also allow Lainey to show off her horse riding skills, which is fun to see. There might even be a little twist at the end, but you’ll have to watch it for yourself to figure out what happens…

And don’t be surprised when this one makes it’s way to the top of the country radio charts, too:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock