The latest single from Pine Bluff pop country teens the Render Sisters drops Friday, but we have a sneak peak at the lyric video today.
The track, written by the sisters about a clueless boy who keeps coming "back around like a stray dog/ too dumb to know it's too late now," is a midtempo, breezy confection that hints at the Everly Brothers "Wake Up, Little Susie" as it fades out.
The Jennifer McGill-directed lyric video is all summertime vibes, as sisters Mary-Keaton, 17, and Stella, 15, stroll through fields of wildflowers and hang around the pool.
The Renders have been on a steady roll.
Two tracks, "Lost Boy" and "Count on Me Count on You," debuted in 2020 and introduced their sisterly harmonies to country fans. They were nominated for a pair of 2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards — young artist of the year and video of the year for "Lost Boy," which was directed by country hit maker Pam Tillis.
So far this year they've covered a pair of classics — "Love Hurts" and Hank Williams' "I Can't Help It" — and released another original, "Black Roses."