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Miranda Lambert’s New Video Will Send a Chill Down Your Spine

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Miranda Lambert unplugged? In that case, you can count on her loyal fans to plug in.

The country star released a new acoustic video of her hit song “Tin Man,” featuring just her guitar and her vocals. No autotune, no fancy background sounds, nothing else. And fans are loving this vulnerable and intimate look into Miranda Lambert’s raw talent and emotion, which, let’s face it, is probably what made most people fall in love with the singer in the first place.

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The stripped-down footage features simple black and white videography throughout. And the video itself? Why, it’s just Miranda Lambert playing her music and singing against the tiled wall of a bathroom.

And this new Miranda Lambert “Tin Man” video is as simple as it is stunning. See for yourself:

Too beautiful! For big fans of the singer, it’ll bring back striking memories of when she performed the song acoustically live for the Academy of Country Music Awards show back in April. And her latest video is just another reminder why she took home the Female Vocalist of the Year honor (for the eighth year in a row) that night, along with the Album of the Year award.

It’s been widely speculated that “Tin Man” is about her ex-husband and fellow country star Blake Shelton. After all, once she took home awards for her new album, she did thank fans for “letting me use my heartbreak” on her songs. Clearly, fans love to see her embracing her staying true to herself, even in moments of heartbreak.

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Keep singing, Miranda! We love to see it, plugged or unplugged.

h/t ETOnline.com

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