Watch Miranda Lambert’s new video for ‘Vice’

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Beginning with a car crash and ending with her getting in the backseat of a self-driving car, Miranda Lambert‘s new video for Vice is pretty much nothing like I thought it would be.

Shot in Lambert’s home state of Texas in the small town of Smithville and with Lambert’s go-to video director, Trey Fanjoy, at the helm, the video is far less moody and dark and, I don’t know, risque-behavior filled than I was expecting, which definitely isn’t a bad thing.

Check it out and let me know what you think.

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. aseminolez213@msn.com'

    I really love it! It is beautiful, dark and strong. It is full of symbolism from leaving the car crash, black crow flying, at a crossroads. Just really stunning and Miranda looks great! LOVE this song and hope we get album deets ASAP!

    1. I love the fact that it’s not totally in your face with bad deeds, which is what I was expecting. I think you could watch it a dozen times and find something new every time. It really is great.

  2. chablis363@msn.com'

    I really LOVE it! I also love that she saved herself and kept on going.

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