Produced by the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who first met her at a pop-up vintage clothing stall when he wanted to buy the 1940s hunting jacket she was wearing, Nikki Lane’s anticipated sophomore effort All or Nothin’ has not only quickly garnered praise from the likes of NPR, ElleNashville Scene and others, the album also won over airwaves as it was the #1 most added on Americana radio with 35 first week adds, as well as the highest first week chart debut by any artist this year at number 18. 

“Seein’ Double,” one of the first singles off the new album manages to evoke the sound of classic Nashville country, thanks to Lane’s gorgeous vocals, which bear an uncanny similarity to the likes of Patsty Cline and June Carter Cash – but smokier, and it adds to the dark, seductiveness of the song. And much like those classic and beloved country songs, it has a uniquely Southern swagger, as it covers familiar country tropes – misbehaving, lust, love, heartache and the like.