Already racking up countless accolades as a 2019 “Artist to Watch,” Capitol Records Nashville’s Caylee Hammack marks a new milestone today confirming that “no doubt she’s born for a life in music” (CMT) as her very first single “Family Tree” is the most-added debut song by a female artist upon impact at Country radio in over three years, with 39 stations already on-board. Co-written and co-produced by Hammack, fans can listen to the ”high-spirited, rollicking” (Variety) single here.
Additionally, the music video for Country radio’s most-added song of the week “filled with smart, shit-kicking energy” (Rolling Stone), world-premiered over the weekend and can be seen below. Hammack effortlessly brings quirky autobiographical lyrics to life with her ferociously fun debut video directed by Dano Cerny (Elle King, The Chainsmokers, The Roots). Weaving together spunky imagery from her small-town South Georgia upbringing and personal tokens from her storied past, the singer/songwriter chronicles her real-life journey with the people who shaped her, inviting fans to feel like they’ve known the fiery newcomer and her ‘family tree’ for a lifetime.
Hammack was highlighted as an “Artist to Watch” by outlets such as The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine and has already claimed upcoming tour slots with Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Brothers Osborne and will appear at some of Country music’s biggest festivals including Country LakeShake, iHeartCountry Festival and Faster Horses Festival. Also recently announced, she will hit the road on Miranda Lambert’s upcoming Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour 2019 in September.