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Miranda Lambert Shares Behind-the-Scenes Look at New ‘Settling Down’ Music Video

by Matthew Wilson
Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars 2019 Tour

Miranda Lambert continues to reveal behind-the-scenes photos from her new music video “Settling Down.” Lambert released the music video on Oct. 21.

Now, Lambert shared a photo of herself drinking wine while lounging in the grass. The scene fits the summer aesthetic Lamber aimed for with the video. In the post, she thanked Red 55 Winery for supplying the wine used in the shoot.

She wrote, “Thanks to @red55winery for keeping us hydrated on the set of the #SettlingDown video shoot.”

Previously, the country singer shared an adorable “Instagram vs reality” photo comparison of her and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin. The Instagram photo showed a stereotypical romantic shot of the couple. In contrast, both goofed off and struck funny poses for the reality shot.

In a behind the scenes look with People, Lambert said the picnic basket used in the video had belonged to her mother. Lambert used her own personal props for the video, which she filmed on her farm. She also rode her own horse, Gibson, during one of the video’s sequences.

Miranda Lambert Recently Released the Music Video

The video is a love story between Lambert and her husband, McLoughlin. The video features the two in the process of settling down. In an interview, Lambert commented on how special the video was for her. She had never created a music video with a boyfriend or husband before.

 “I’ve never had a video in 18 years in the business with a love interest, and so it’s kinda funny that my husband’s my first one,” she told New York’s County 94.7.

“I’m like, ‘You’re cute, you’re here, and you’re free, so get the camera,” Lambert continued. “It was fun; he did such a great job. And our little dog is in it, and our ponies. It’s at my magical-happy place an hour away from Nashville.”