Miranda Lambert Wanted To Showcase Her ‘Happy Place, Happy Person’ In New Video

The new video for Miranda Lambert's latest single, "Settling Down," follows the singer and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, at home in Tennessee. Miranda’s horse, Gibson, as well as one of her many rescue dogs, Delta Dawn, also have cameos.

Miranda tells us the idea for the clip was hers. ["I came up with this concept because of the lyrics of the song, I wanted to shoot something at my home, my farm, preferably with my husband. I just feel like it was very intimate and kind of set up the lyrics. So we talked to Trey Fanjoy, our favorite director and friend, and she made it this beautiful fairytale, but also very down-home and down to Earth. It was shot at my happy place with my happy person, so it was a really good day."] SOUNDCUE (:29 OC: . . . really good day.)

In other Miranda news, she had to say goodbye to her beloved golden retriever, Waylon, last week. She shared the sad news on Instagram with a series of pictures of Waylon writing in part, “Today I lost one of my best friends. My old pal Waylon . . . For almost 13 years. He was a rock in our family and always held down the fort. He lived his life with no fences. The way we all want to live. He was a farm dog through and through and retired to Nashville life riding on the bus with mama to go home to Texas for Christmas every year. I’m so thankful for the time we had with him . . ." Miranda still has Waylon's sister, Jessi.

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