Sellers releases acoustic live video
Thursday, August 8, 2019
– Following the recent release of her new single "Drag You Down,"
Aubrie Sellers put out an acoustic live video performance of the track.
Directed by Chloé Aktas and captured in one take, the video features Sellers accompanied solely by her guitar atop a convertible at sunset, offering a serene departure from the gritty take of the recorded version.
The video is the first in a series of acoustic performances that will accompany the album. Sellers said they were "meant to feel like little snapshots of life, or little movie scenes pulled for a bigger picture. We tried to keep them as raw and real as possible, with life still going on in the background."
"Drag You Down" was released via Soundly Music. Sellers released her debut album, "New City Blues," in 2016 via Warner.
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