Lindsay Ell Demonstrates Her Vocal Powerhouse With I Don’t Love You

by | Mar 10, 2020 | Sound/Vision

Canadian Country Music starlet Lindsay Ell has just dropped a stunningly beautiful video for her latest single I Don’t Love You. The Calgary, Alberta-born Nashville artist is known for her stunning musicianship, shredding guitar skills, work ethic and constant touring, but in this new song and accompanying video it is her powerful and poignant vocal performance that is on full display.

“I am really proud of this music and I Don’t Love You was the perfect thing I wanted to come out and say first,” says of her soon to be released fifth album, following 2017’s The Project and her 2018 covers album The Continuum Project of John Mayer’s hit blues record Continuum. “Working with Dann Huff has challenged me musically in ways I’ve never showcased before, and I feel I Don’t Love You pushes those boundaries in a whole new voice I’ve never used before.”

Directed by Justin Keys, the video is a moving example once again as to why Ell is nominated for ACM New Female Artist of the Year and was recognised with a second nomination for Music Event of the Year for her smash chart-topping duet with Brantley GilbertWhat Happens In A Small Town.

Check out the video below:

This video displays the contrast of moving past the dark times of heartbreak and loss to the brighter side of fresh new beginnings with possibly the most iconic symbol of love: flowers. And Lindsay Ell’s career and performance is in full bloom.

Lindsay Ell is currently touring Germany and the Netherlands performing as part of the C2C Festival in Berlin and Amsterdam and we hope to see her back on UK shores before too long.

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I’m a London-based photographer and writer specialising in live music photography, portraits and concert reviews. I also love travel photography and snowboarding, so have managed to damage a fair amount of equipment trying to shoot while boarding or hanging off cliffs! I shoot gigs as often as I can, I drink coffee every day.

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