Miranda Lambert Survives a Car Wreck in Dramatic 'Vice' Video

Becky Fluke

The singer filmed her music video in the small town of Smithville, Texas, with director Trey Fanjoy.

Miranda Lambert is turning up the drama.

The singer unveiled a stunning, cinematic music video for her latest single, "Vice," on Wednesday, shot in Smithville, Texas, and directed by her longtime collaborator, Trey Fanjoy.

The clip opens on the aftermath of a scary car wreck, with a dazed Lambert -- still looking flawless, natch -- climbing from the cabin. The camera then follows Lambert as she explores a small town and crosses paths with the people in it. Watch below.

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"Everybody has a vice. Everybody goes through a time in their life when they run to it a little bit more than when they don’t," the 32-year-old singer told Billboard earlier this summer.

Lambert, who split from ex-husband Blake Shelton a year ago, also said that she looks at songwriting as "taking a journey with what’s been going on in my everyday life -- good, bad, ugly and everything in between."

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A release date for Lambert's next album has yet to be announced, but she's been plenty busy on the road in the meantime. Just a few weeks ago, an adorable young fan popped the question during a meet and greet on her Spread the Love tour. See what she said about the sweet moment in the video below!