An artist set to explode nationally, Chris Lane arrives out of his A&R development phase with a sound that solidly places him on a unique path within the mainstream country radio community with "Fix," the lead single from his forthcoming project for Big Loud Records.
Whereas "Broken Winshield View" was a teaser, "Fix" is the actual lead single for the project. Written by Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure and Abe Stoklasa, "Fix" is an energetic track with a wall of sound and production courtesy of Joey Moi (Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line) which marks a new sound for both.
“Fix” showcases his impressively natural singing style and wide vocal range, especially in the upper reaches of his register. Accidentally discovering his gift for the falsetto while working in the studio with acclaimed Producer Joey Moi, “Fix” set the tone for the fast-rising star’s project.
"Fix" is fresh, catchy as a cold and Lane showcases a vocal range previously only hinted at and positions him as the country equivalent of Justin Timberlake. Look for him to explode in 2016. The FIX EP streets in November.
“I had five or six songs almost finished for the EP and then came ‘Fix.’ The song completely changed the direction for the rest of the project and helped me develop my own unique sound. It was crazy! I found something I didn’t know I had, and quickly embraced it,” shared Chris Lane.
A child of the 90s, Lane is influenced as much by Country music staples Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson and Keith Urban as the smooth pop and R&B sounds of artists like Justin Timberlake, Usher and the Backstreet Boys.