The song was included on Allen's debut album, which takes its name from the street the singer grew up on in Delaware. The record pays tribute to the influence home and family has had on his journey.
"All those morals were instilled in me on Mercury Lane," he explained to ABC Radio
. "So Mercury Lane to me is a great place, and every time I think about that place, or when I go back to Delaware, I always go back. I just get chills, man. It's awesome."