Nikki Lane Chats and Performs at Barista Parlor for CMT's Concrete Country

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Back in 2011, songstress and Nashville transplant Nikki Lane landed in our Top Local Albums critics' poll with Walk of Shame, an indie-country long-player that featured what I called "ballads, barnburners and soul-shaking odes to following one's own path, chasing true love and the occasional massive fuck-up." While Lane has been gigging and releasing videos since then, we haven't heard new material from her in some time. Until now, that is. Last night, Lane appeared on CMT's Concrete Country series, debuting tunes from her forthcoming Dan Auerbach-produced Seein' Double while backed by a crack band that features ringers like Odessa Rose, Matt Martin and Matt "Mr. Jimmy" Rowland. Java-heads may recognize that the segment was filmed at swanky East Side coffee spot Barista Parlor (a locale of which producer Auerbach is notably fond).

Look above to see Lane playing her "Man Up," and bounce on after the jump to watch performances of "You Can't Talk to Me Like That," "Seein' Double" and "Right Time," plus footage of her talking about psychedelic country, East Nashville and more. And enjoy watching that Dale Jr. Mountain Dew commercial about nine times.

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