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PREMIERE: Abigail Neilson – ‘Seams’

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Abigail Neilson is set to release her next single entitled, ‘Seams’, this Friday (Feb 26th), and we’re delighted to bring you the exclusive UK premiere!

Coming from a family that encouraged creativity, the Seattle native is no stranger to music, and has been writing and performing her own material since the age of 13. Her single ‘Ruby’ landed on coveted playlists such as Spotify’s ‘Breakout Country,’ ‘Fresh Finds: Country,’ and ‘New Music Nashville.’ An EP and a slew of other singles aimed for 2021 release.

The young artist has built up a formidable reputation on the Nashville scene, working with producer Robbie Artress (Chris Stapleton, Ben Folds), and backed up in the studio by Gideon & Gabriel Klein (Miranda Lambert, Delta Rae, Lauren Jenkins), Ellen Angelico (Delta Rae, Ty Herndon, Uncle Cracker) and Grant Mickelson (Taylor Swift, George Strait, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney).

Have an exclusive first listen to ‘Seams’ below:

Speaking about the new single, Abigail says:

“When I was writing ‘Seams,’ I had just gotten my heartbroken and had so much I wanted to say to one person but couldn’t. So, I decided to to write about it. It honestly started out more as a journal entry than lyrics, but they eventually turned into the lyrics of,Seams.’ I tend to write about my life unapologetically even if it doesn’t always make me look the most flattering. In this song, I felt desperate to talk to this person and wanted to still be with them more than anything. Knowing I couldn’t, I wrote exactly how I felt in that moment.”

Pre-save here: http://bit.ly/3r9OPpy

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