Big Loud Records country songstress MacKenzie Porter is setting off sirens with a perfect mix of timeless country and shimmery pop, forming the F5 level summer jam, ‘Chasing Tornadoes.’ Returning with more of her “mesmerizing vocals and hook-driven songs” (Billboard), her newest adrenaline-filled offering is an addicting twist-and-turn-filled tale of a wild lifestyle and an unpredictable relationship.
Written by Emily Landis, Jamie Moore, and Lainey Wilson, and produced by studio mastermind Joey Moi, the song’s electric lyrics find Porter spiraling:
‘Cause baby I’m a sidewinder
I’m going down like a telephone wire
You’re a mustang runaway
Two lane drifter
I must have a thing for twisters
Hot as Arizona
Cold as Colorado
Trying to catch that feeling like lightning in a bottle
I’m gonna go where the wild wind blows
Tearing up the road
Ignoring the tornado warnings, Porter stares into the eye of the storm, running a hundred miles an hour while slinging her lightning strike vocals around the whirlwind. Throwing caution out the window, the international triple threat embraces the fast life on the supped-up track, perfect for a summertime drive down a dirt road.
“‘Chasing Tornadoes’ is the first song off of my full-length, debut album with Big Loud,” beams Porter. “We have so much new music coming, and this is the perfect intro to what the rest of the record feels like. It’s such a fun, feel-good song, and I can’t wait to play it live!”