Multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriters Lauren Alaina and Jon Pardi channel a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde in their new collaboration single, Getting Over Him. It’s our Song of the Day! In the music video, the duo lead the cops on a car chase after robbing a barbecue restaurant, before hiding out in a motel until the cops catch up with them, ending in Jon in handcuffs and Lauren escaping in the getaway car with all the cash.
Getting Over Him features on Lauren’s 2020 six-track EP of the same name.
Lauren says, “I’ve done duets with other people for their projects, but I have never done any for my own. I’ve got a duet with Pardi on his album … His energy is so amazing. I can’t believe I have a rebound song – but I do.”
The Georgia-native, who was first discovered on the tenth season of American Idol, has received multiple nominations for ACM Awards, CMA Awards, CMT Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Awards and Billboard Music Awards. Awards include 2017 ACM ‘New Female Vocalist of the Year’, CMT ‘Breakthrough Video of the year’ for Road Less Traveled, and CMT ‘Collaborative Video of the Year’ for the now 6x Platinum What Ifs with Kane Brown.
Lauren recently scored a leading role in a new film that she’s currently filming in Canada – no details have been released yet. She previously appeared as herself in a 2017 episode of the musical drama series, Nashville, the same year she starred as Charlotte in a made-for-TV movie called Road Less Traveled, which was based on her song and album of the same time.
As well as collaborating with artists like Brad Paisley, Breland, Chase Rice, Chris Young and most recently on One Beer with HARDY and Devin Dawson to name a few, the 26-year old also features on the track, Don’t Blame It On Whiskey – co-written by Miranda Lambert and Eric Church – from Jon’s third album, Heartache Medication.
Jon recently released his current single, Tequila Lime Time off the 2019 album – a deluxe version was released in 2020 featuring three additional songs. Heartache Medication follows his first two studio albums Write You A Song (2014) and California Sunrise (2016). The album peaked at #17 on the ARIA Australia Digital Albums Chart.
For more Song Of The Days from CountryTown, check out here.
Image: via Facebook