Lindsay Ell has a fun lyric video out to accompany her single "By the Way."

The video shows the lyrics of Ell's newest single as the singer-songwriter gets ready to go out after a breakup. The clip features Ell strumming her guitar, picking out the perfect outfit and doing her makeup; clearly, she is looking to have a good time after becoming newly single rather than throwing herself a pity party.

"Not every relationship needs to be sad and down in the dumps after it," Ell tells Rolling Stone Country. "You learn from it. You learn what you want and what you don't want, and you move forward."

The "By the Way" lyric video was directed by Ford Fairchild and produced by Christina Cooper.

One of country's rising female artists herself, Ell tells The Boot that she is "amazed" at the new class of women in the genre.

"I feel like it’s such a good time for females right now. It excites me so much. It excites me so much to see fans wanting to hear more from female musicians, hear what we have to say," she says. "I think, as a guitar player, there’s not a lot of female guitar players in the genre, and it makes me even more driven.”

Fans can download “By the Way” on iTunes now. More information about Ell and her upcoming shows can be found on her website.

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