(Nashville, TN) – Due to popular demand Abi has exclusively debuted the official video for her latest track, “Little Landmines,” with Refinery29. The upbeat, foot stomping track was released late 2018 as a thank you to Abi’s fans for their support during her incredible breakout year. The video, filmed in Los Angeles with director Daniel Carberry (CAM, Jon Bellion, Skylar Grey), captures the back and forth of falling for someone with the knowledge that the next step may blow up in your face and end in heartbreak. Watch the video for “Little Landmines” HERE.
“I love that ‘Little Landmines’ is about a breakup but it’s not sad, or dreary and has an optimistic twist,” says Abi. “I filmed this video in places that really defined my teenage years growing up in LA. I am so beyond happy that me & my amazing director, Daniel Carberry, made this part of my life come together in a visual, drowned in millennial pink of course. I hope you love it as much as I do!”
At only 21 years old, Abi has begun to make her mark in the country music scene. Last year, she assembled what will become her 2019 independent debut EP, Heart Broken, which produced the wildly successful single “A Day Without.” The track landed on Rolling Stone Country’s “10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week,” and Taste of Country dubbed the track, “the kind of tightly-worded, universal artist statement a country newcomer needs to take a serious step forward.” In addition, the striking track earned a video premiere and exclusive interview with CMT.
Inspired by everything from the marvelous pop expanse of The Beatles and Shania Twain to the “storytelling” of Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson, Abi crafted her first song in third grade. She has since developed into a powerhouse vocalist and songwriter, with an impressive resume under her belt. In 2014, Abi joined Jesse McCartney’s North American tour and 2015 saw Kelly Clarkson handpick Abi to open her massive summer headline run, while she hit the road alongside Pentatonix a year later. In 2017, her single “Matches” independently caught fire; striking the sweet spot between simmering country soul, twanging guitars and a fierce hook – “Light me up ‘cause baby we’re matches” – CMT fanned the flames an early champion.
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