Aubrie Sellers unveils official video for “Sit Here And Cry” at CMT

The official music video for Aubrie Sellers’ new song “Sit Here And Cry” recently premiered at CMTand can also now be purchased at iTunes.
“Sit Here And Cry” is from Sellers’ anticipated debut album, New City Blues, which will be released January 29 on Carnival Records via Thirty Tigers and is now available to PRE-ORDER. Each pre-order includes an instant download of “Sit Here And Cry” along with three additional tracks: “Light of Day,” “Loveless Rolling Stone” and “Losing Ground.”

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Already receiving widespread critical notice, CMT recently selected Sellers for their “Next Women of Country” series, which showcases, “the rising generation of signed and unsigned female superstars.” Additionally, NPR Music’s Ann Powers praises, “…Sellers joins that elite crew with a song that starts out heartwarming but soon turns into the existential testament of a heartbreaker” while Rolling Stone recently selected Sellers as one of their “10 Country Artists You Need To Know” and praises, “With country roots…but a gritty soul, Sellers writes music that gets its southern kicks from her pristine quiver while favoring restless electric guitar over sleepy acoustics.” Moreover, Billboard calls her, “One of the most-talked-about artists in Music City,” NYLON proclaims and “Aubrie Sellers is Country’s Next Big Star” and The Tennesseanasserts, “Sellers will step into the spotlight with the release of her debut album.”
In celebration of the record, Sellers will continue to tour nationwide, including an upcoming album release show at New York’s Mercury Lounge on January 27, a date with Chris Stapleton at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on February 20 and an appearance at the 2016 Stagecoach Festival. See below for complete details. Of her recent performance with Stapleton,The Vinyl District asserts, “If her opening set in Charlottesville was any indication of what this young woman is capable of, you will be hearing a lot more of that beautiful voice.”
Produced by Frank Liddell (Miranda Lambert, Eli Young Band, etc.), New City Blues, was recorded in Nashville and features 14 self-penned songs.
Of the music, Sellers, comments, “My influences are all over the place: the Kinks, Screaming Jay Hawkins, Buddy and Julie Miller, Creedence, even Ricky Skaggs. Led Zeppelin is my biggest rock influence—and that goes right straight, for me, to Ralph Stanley. That raw bluegrass, the banjo, that’s the same energy and intensity you get in punk. It’s all music that’s driven, that’s haunted, that cuts and moves.”
Her music, she adds, “is so much more like garage rock, that raw raging stuff. Maybe you could say it’s ‘garage country’?!”
Raised on the road surrounded by award-winning singers, songwriters and musicians, Sellers spent most of her childhood drawing inspiration from her Grammy Award-winning mother Lee Ann Womack and her father hit songwriter and musician Jason Sellers. Her own credits include vocals on critically acclaimed country records including Ralph Stanley’s A Man of Constant Sorrow, David Nail’s I’m a Fire and Miranda Lambert’s Platinum. Of her duet with Nail on his song “Brand New Day, “ Esquire’s Andy Langer asserts that Sellers, “…establishes herself right here and now as one to watch.”
1. Light of Day (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
2. Sit Here and Cry (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
3. Paper Doll (written by Aubrie Sellers, Neil Mason and Jessie Jo Dillon)
4. Losing Ground (written by Aubrie Sellers)
5. Magazines (written by Aubrie Sellers, Adam Wright and Dani Flowers)
6. Dreaming In The Day (written by Aubrie Sellers, Phillip White and Amber White)
7. Liar Liar (written by Aubrie Sellers, Brandy Clark and Jessie Jo Dillon)
8. Humming Song (written by Aubrie Sellers)
9. Just To Be With You (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
10. People Talking (written by Aubrie Sellers and Mando Saenz)
11. Something Special (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
12. Loveless Rolling Stone (written by Aubrie Sellers and Brent Cobb)
13. Like the Rain (written by Aubrie Sellers, Adam Wright and Jason Sellers)
14. Living Is Killing Me Stone (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
January 16—Nashville, TN—Opry at the Ryman
January 27—New York, NY—Mercury Lounge
February 20—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium*
April 29—Indio, CA—Stagecoach
*appearing with Chris Stapleton

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