The Official Music Video For The Pistol Annies Current Single “Hush Hush.” Below is the official music video for the Pistol Annies single, “Hush Hush.” The single is the first release from the Annies’ sophomore album, Annie Up. The song is about keeping secrets and keeping up appearances. The video features the ladies and their families at a Sunday afternoon potluck, where things get a little out of hand. Watch “Hush Hush” and tell us what you think. Under the video is the track listing for Annie Up, which hit stores last week! Annie Up Track Listing: 1. I Feel A Sin A Comin’ On 2. Hush Hush 3. Being Pretty Ain’t Pretty 4. Unhappily Married 5. Loved By A Workin’ Man 6. Blues, You’re A Buzz Kill 7. Don’t Talk About Him, Tina 8. Trading One Heartbreak For Another 9. Dear Sobriety 10. Damn Thing 11. Girls Like Us 12. I Hope You’re The End of My Story
Watch: Ashley Monroe Sings On Train’s Song, “Bruises”. So, I don’t know how I missed this, but I did. I am now going to try to make up for it by sharing it with you, however late I might be! Ashley Monroe is featured on one of the singles on the new album, California 37, from long running pop/alternative group Train, and it is really awesome! The song is titled, “Bruises“, and it has that folksy/rootsy edge we’ve come to associate with Monroe, but is kind of a new thing for Train. I love seeing Ashley, such a talented songwriter and performer branching out in such a cool way! Check out the video below, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Train’s “Bruises” Featuring Ashley Monroe.
Listen to Ashley Monroe’s New Song “Use” From Upcoming Album. To the delight of country music fans, Ashley Monroe (of the Pistol Annies) recently announced that she will be releasing a new solo album, Like A Rose, in 2013. Notably, the new album is co-produced by Vince Gill and Justin Niebank and all the tracks were co-written by Ashley! Now, the date has changed since we last talked about it, and it will now be debuting on March 5th via Warner Nashville. Luckily though, Monroe is more than willing to keep giving little tastes of what is to come. The most recent sample from the album is her single, “Use“, that is beautifully mournful and heartbreakingly relatable. If this tune is any indication of what to expect from the rest of the record…well, let’s just say I can’t wait! Hear it for yourself below! Listen: Ashley Monroe’s “Use”. Be sure to check out Monroe’s title track from the album as well!