Holler Exclusively Debuts
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Singer-songwriter Laine Lonero finds herself in "Trouble" again on her new single, available today via Epochal Artists Records / INgrooves. To stream or download "Trouble," click HERE.
Co-written by Laine, Justin Williams and Ryan Scott Smith, "Trouble" was produced by Chris August (Keith Urban, Hootie & The Blowfish, Pentatonix). The pop-country track follows Laine's latest single "Broke," which "threw the door to her next chapter wide open (Today's Country Magazine)," debuting on Spotify's New Music Friday Country and Fresh Finds Country playlists and receiving praise from Cowgirl Magazine, CMT and more.
Holler exclusively premiered the first listen to "Trouble," writing, "Taking its cues from Maren Morris’ distinct brand of playful, R&B-infused country pop, ‘Trouble’ is powered by a wheezing synth groove, big drums and an even bigger chorus. It’s a soul record in the most literal sense from one of Nashville’s brightest up-and-coming stars.” Laine shared, "I am hoping that this song resonates with listeners who have been in the same situation. It is so important to me and my co-writers to have a relatable song."
Born and raised in Louisiana, Laine is "paving a path for herself as a trendsetter in the Gen Z pop-country market (Cowgirl Magazine)," currently living in Nashville and attending Belmont University's prestigious songwriting program. Having played many well-known Nashville venues, Laine was recently invited to make her Song Suffragettes debut on Monday, Aug. 21 at The Listening Room Cafe. She has also performed the national anthem for the San Diego Padres, Nashville Sounds, New Orleans Pelicans and Louisiana State University, and in 2021, was a featured National Anthem performer at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo.
"One of the newest bright stars on the pop-country scene (HollywoodLife)," Laine started earning accolades for her performances at an early age. She grew up performing in musical theater and opera, penning her first song at 13-years-old. Laine went on to win the Nashville Dreamin' songwriting contest for her original "The Little Girl in Me," inspired by her grandmother's battle with cancer. In 2016, her talent caught the attention of Kidz Bop producers who featured her on four CDs, while Radio Disney Country supported her debut single "No Sweat."