Country newcomer RaeLynn gets "goosebumps" whenever she discusses the video for her new song Love Triangle, because it perfectly captures the pain of her parents' divorce.
The 22-year-old's mother and father split when she was a child, but years later, they still struggle to get along and their longrunning feud is documented in RaeLynn's single.
The lyrics tell of a child struggling to come to terms with having to split her time between both parents.
"When you're a kid of divorce, that is your life," she tells People.com. "You have two beds, you have two separate lives. The whole point of family is to be a unit and to do a lot of things together and it's just not that when your parents are divorced. I think there's been a lot of divorce songs out there, but they've always been about the parents. They've never been from the kid's perspective."
Her experience is played out in the accompanying video for the "raw" song, and RaeLynn admits the accuracy of the emotional film gives her chills.
"Seeing the footage of the little girl that they shot, and how it's all from her perspective... I don't know, I get goosebumps every time I talk about it because you couldn't have painted a more perfect picture of how it felt," she explains. "I just think that this song is going to touch a lot of people."
Living through her parents' divorce has inspired RaeLynn to work especially hard to make sure her marriage to new husband Joshua Davis does not end the same way.
"I know personally from growing up with my experience, divorce is not an option for me and Josh," she says. "It will never be, because I believe that love is hard work."
The couple wed in February (16).
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