Laine Hardy unveiled his latest hometown-inspired single “Tiny Town” earlier this month and on Friday (July 17), Hardy released an acoustic version of the song with a video to accompany it.
“I’m proud to say I’m from Livingston, LA,” said Hardy in a social media post. “This town and its people raised me so it was important for me to showcase it in my new acoustic video for Tiny Town. I hope y’all like it.”
“Yeah that’s living, living in a tiny town / 9 to 5, on Friday nights wearing Main Street down,” Hardy sings on the chorus. “Yeah, just living, living in a tiny town / Hardwood floors and liquor stores, letters burning out / What I wouldn’t give right about now / To be back in my tiny town”
The acoustic music video opens with a sign in his hometown that reads: “Welcome to Bayou Barbary, Hometown to Laine Hardy, 2019 American Idol winner.” Hardy then plays his guitar throughout the video while singing the acoustic tune while different clips of his hometown are shown.
“Tiny Town” was written by Michael Tyler and produced by Michael Knox.
“Tiny Town” follows the release of Hardy’s singles “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country.”