Aubrie Sellers Speaks Truth On New Single ‘Liar Liar’

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Aubrie Sellers’ writing style, which has been described by the Nashville Scene as having “moments so sharp they might slice right through you,” is expertly showcased in her new single “Liar Liar.” The track, which she co-wrote with Brandy Clark and Jessie Jo Dillon, drives home Sellers’ consistent message that phonies and sweet-talkers aren’t welcome, a sentiment found throughout her critically-acclaimed debut New City Blues. AXS calls it “sharp and sassy” also noting that she “weaves together pointed songwriting, as sharp as that of legends like Loretta Lynn and Johnny Cash, but with a modern groove in mind.”

“’Liar Liar’ is all about seeing through someone before they even have a chance to do you wrong,” says Sellers. “I believe this is a scenario that applies to all kinds of relationships, romantic or otherwise, and I’m particularly sensitive to it. A lot of people come up to me at shows saying they especially relate to this one. It’s a skill everyone learns to hone over the years.”

Bobby Bones Class of 2017 inductee recently took her biting lyricism and “garage country” style of music to New York with performances at the Vivienne Hu Fashion Week Show and Irving Plaza as part of The Cadillac Three’s Black Roses Tour. “Country’s next big star” (Nylonalso made a guest appearance on SiriusXM’s “Debatable” hosted by former Spin and Vibe editor Alan Light VJ and special guest host, formerly of VH1 Top 20 Countdown, Jim Shearer.

Those wanting to see what Garden & Gun means when they say that Sellers is “one of Nashville’s most electric acts,” can catch her out on the road as she picks back up for Miranda Lambert’s 2017 Highway Vagabond Tour this week. At a recent stop in Evansville, the Courier & Press exclaimed, “Let’s just take a minute to talk about the powerhouse that Aubrie Sellers is.”

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