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Photo courtesy of Tracey Goldsberry
Photo courtesy of Tracey Goldsberry
Carrie Lane performs at Ill Bacco in Little Neck.

An emerging pop princess was in Little Neck last week to premiere a music video shot in a local restaurant.

The video for singer/songwriter Carrie Lane’s single, “Four Leaf Clover,” is set in Little Neck restaurant Ill Bacco. The piece depicts an adorable date in the restaurant between pintsize Queens actors, Joshua Roth of College Point and Whitestone resident Fallon O’Brien.

Alison Drew of Carrie Lane Entertainment shot, directed and produced the video to the country-infused pop song of sweet singing over twangy guitar rhythms.

Guests at the red carpet premiere were treated to an acoustic performance of the song and a first look at the music video, which currently has over 20,000 views since being uploaded to YouTube.

“Four Leaf Clover” is the first single off the EP Lane album released this summer, “Bows Before Bros.”

Lane has previously been on several tours with other musical artists and sung at the opening games for the 2015 Special Olympics. She says her music is her way of expressing her perspective on the world.

“My favorite thing to write about is the world through my eyes,” Lane said. “Nobody views the world through the same lens that you do and therefore you will always have a unique story to tell, one that nobody else has ever heard before.”

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