Fast rising country singer Ruthie Collins and host of A&E’s DIY show ‘Home.Made has released her own country visual concept. The visual idea was inspired by Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ video releases.
Collins’ visual component features a short film consisting of five songs from her debut album ‘Get Drunk and Cry‘ which is released worldwide tomorrow (October 20th), the tracks featured in the short movie are; ‘Getting Out There’, ‘Get Drunk and Cry’, ‘Boys and Beaches’, ‘Pink Bic’, and ‘You Don’t’.
The concept tells the story of a young woman going through the different stages of a relationship. From dating, breaking up and to getting back out there again as a singleton.
Speaking about the ‘Get Drunk and Cry’ visual concept, Ruthie Collins says: “I’ve always been interested in finding creative ways to combine my love of music and my love of design. Whether that be decorating stages that I’m playing shows on or incorporating Home Improvement TV into my career as a country singer, I’ve always been inspired through mixing media forms in exciting ways. I’ve never actually written anything besides songs so the idea of writing scripts was exciting as well. I feel so lucky to have been able to take this music and give listeners (and viewers) an even closer look into what I was feeling and going through when I wrote these songs.”
You can watch the visual here:
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