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Miranda Lambert’s new video for “Tequila Does (Telemitry Remix)”
Miranda Lambert makes her first foray into dance music with “Tequila Does (Telemitry Remix),” a tropical house update of the song she recorded for 2019’s Wildcard as well as her collaborative Marfa Tapes project. In the accompanying video, Lambert hosts a pool party for her family and friends.“This is my first remix of any song in my whole career” she says. “I knew it was right up my brother Luke’s alley so I sent it to him to see what he and Marc thought. They loved it and that gave me the confidence to put it out there.”
Karissa Ella’s new video for “Bad Summer”
“Every summer I look forward to tailgating my favorite country concerts! I love hanging with friends, jamming to our favorite songs and making memories that will never fade. That’s what this song is all about. We had so much fun shooting this video. It’s proof that you cannot have a bad summer!” says Karissa Ella.
Joy Oladokun’s NPR Music “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert”
Of the performance, NPR Music praises, “Oladokun’s songwriting is brutally honest, yet inviting, as she fearlessly tackles tough topics,” and continues, “while the theme is heavy, the delivery is uplifting, once again demonstrating how Oladokun’s penetrating gaze into the human psyche yields beautiful storytelling in spite of the pain that surely inspired it.”
Alyssa Scott’s new single “How To Be In Love”
Of her new release, Alyssa Scott says, “’How To Be In Love’ was inspired by the journey to find myself and how I grew up adoring fairytales. Now being a woman, I see the idealism that takes place in Disney fairytales, and had to learn that love is not always easy, love is finding oneself first, and love sometimes makes you want to run, but its the work, communication, and dedication that gets us far in love.”
Georgia Webster’s new video for “First Goodbye”
“I wanted the video to represent not only the ‘first goodbye’ romantically but also all the other first goodbyes you go
through when leaving home for the first time,” says Georgia. “I feel like it’s a really weird and emotional time in life to
leave your family and hometown behind and I wanted that to be clear in the video.”
Laci Kaye Booth’s new self-titled collection
“My whole life, I prayed, and I wished for this to happen. I prayed for it every night, and every time I’d blow out my candles on my birthday cake, I’d wish for it,” Laci recalls. “In my heart of hearts, this is exactly what I always wanted.” Growing a dedicated fanbase, she was thrust into the spotlight as a season favorite on Season 17 of American Idol and her unique “dreamy Country” sound is exactly what drew multiple record labels around town to the young artist, likening her to the Lana Del Rey of Country.