American Blonde’s Quicksand Video Uses The Natural World To Captivate



American blonde (Tinka and Nata Morris) Credit: Danielle Del Valle

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American blonde “Quicksand”

Music Video Uses Aura Of Urgency And Need To Create A Tidal Effect On The Senses

NASHVILLE, TENNESSE, UNITED STATES, October 22, 2021 / – american blondeThe music video for “Quicksand” offers fans a fascinating viewing experience. While the focus is on the natural beauty of Nata and Tinka Morris – siblings who are American Blonde – videographer Ryan Slattery (Jackson Gillies, Rachel Ross, DJ Unieq) skillfully creates a magical world using powerful contrasts between dappled sunlight and darkness, “evil” woods, open fields and confined paths, and alternating spatial separation and intimacy between the actors. Nata’s majestic and controlled movements play on the wilder, whirling and drumming drum. banging Tinka’s head. Ethereal silk robes are offset by dainty chains and kick-a boots **. There’s smoke but no mirrors, a big city band in a half-hay field broke, a barn with no cattle and two women but no men. It’s a rabbit hole of the best kind… a tidal effect on the senses that creates an overwhelming aura of urgency and need. The video has summer filmed at The Gathering Place in Lebanon, Tennessee.

The southern rock-inspired anthem, written by Nata and her frequent collaborator Jimmy Nash (“More Than Crazy” Jane By Design, “We Are Made Of Stars” Teen Mom 2) “Quicksand” was released on Country Radio last month . The song quickly racked up over 200,000 streams and is on multiple Spotify playlists – Fresh Discoveries: Country, Country Summer Vibes, Today’s Country Hits and more. Produced by Cliff Downs, it is the duo’s debut single and available for purchase anywhere.

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A talented powerhouse, lead songwriter / guitarist Nata and drummer Tinka Morris bring the energetic, raw sounds of the Delta to life – and a testament to the land that nurtured them. As young people, they were drawn to the vast live music scene around their hometown of Cleveland, Mississippi – festivals, fairs, and fish fries where music was front and center. The sounds of the Eagles, BB King, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, Elvis, Stevie Nicks and others echoed throughout their house. Animators since their pre-teens, the siblings literally lived their lives in the spotlight – and loved every minute of it. Their determination and talent earned them a spot on the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown, which led to the release of their debut EP (produced by Jeff Cook in Alabama). Two well-received CDs, released in 2015 and 2018 (produced by successful songwriters Gerald O’Brien and Catt Gravitt), followed. They landed three Top 25 hits on the MusicRow Chart with “Anything Is Possible”, “I Think Too Much” and “Don’t Let Another Day Go By”. They have toured in the US and UK, sharing the stage with various artists including Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Brantley Gilbert, Easton Corbin, BB King and others. Their energetic stage performances earned them seats at CMA Fest, Bluebird Café, GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi and the GRAMMY museum® Los Angeles, among other prestigious places. The Morris sisters have made Nashville their home.

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