CASH CRAWFORD RECLAIMS HER POWER WITH "SAVE MYSELF" MUSIC VIDEO DEBUT ON CMT ONLINE
A Self-Love Musical Journey By A Gypsy Powerhouse Singer
“There are people who sing and there are singers. Born to do the thing they’re doing. Cash is so in tune with her instrument that she barely needs any guidance in a studio. Her instincts are typically so dead on that you have to stop tracking or you could have too many great choices!!”– Don Miggs, record producer (Mick Fleetwood and Tower of Power)
“Music is in her bones and she has to share her stories with people. She is a lyricist first and foremost. Crawford just released her latest single, "Save Myself." It can be considered to fall under the umbrella of country music with some pop and soul elements”. - Sammy Lin (Founder of Pick Simply)
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Friday, August 12th, 2022
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Today, Nashville rising star Cash Crawford debuts the music video for her brand new single, “Save Myself,” on CMT Online. Highlighting the power of becoming one's own hero, the rebellious singer with a gypsy heart takes us along on her healing journey and self-discovery.
“How could you love me when I didn’t love me.” “Cash Crawford’s new single, “Save Myself” explores this paradigm, as Crawford comes to terms with her own misdoings that led to the relationship’s end”, explains Andrew Bronner from World’s Of Country.
The powerful video and relatable lyrics illustrate Cash's acceptance of her imperfections and taking control of her emotions. “You didn’t save me, and I couldn’t save myself,” she sings. “No I don’t hate you, I broke my heart myself,” Cash, who once felt like a nobody, found her own self-worth. While fearlessly liberating her own faults, Cash begins a new self-love journey after owning her “Mistakes.”
The uplifting video about being your best self is an authentic message for women.
In this music video Directed by OUDi, Director of Photography Sam Aldrich and assisted by Jarrett Kemp, Cash’s raw lyrics and undeniably truth-telling self will have you captivated in the blink of an eye as she embraces her new chapter of self-empowerment.
“The songwriting process can be tricky. Every artist has something to say, but more often than not, it can be a big challenge for them to truly open up and to trust others to help them convey what they’re actually going through. Cash was the opposite. She was honest, open, and not afraid to lay it all out there, which was refreshing. I can’t wait to work with her again in the future.” - John Luzzi, singer-songwriter, collaborates with Terry McDermott (The Voice), Blake Lewis (American Idol), and Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore)
The breakup track, penned by Cash Crawford, John Luzzi, and produced by Don Miggs, is an unhinged expression of letting go and choosing yourself. Watch the debut of “Save Myself” on CMT Online here!