Aubrie Sellers’ Debut Album “New City Blues” Out Today

Aubrie Sellers’ highly anticipated debut album, ‘New City Blues, is out is today on Carnival Records via Thirty Tigers.

In celebration of the release, Sellers made her network television debut on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last night performing “Light of Day.”

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In support of the record, Sellers will tour throughout the U.S. this year, including an updated date supporting Chris Stapleton at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on February 20th as well as performance at Stagecoach in Southern California in April. Additional dates to be announced shortly.

Of releasing her debut album, Sellers, comments, “I took my time with this record and focused on really developing the music and my point of view. I am so glad I finally get to share it with the world.”

1.  Light of Day (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
2. Sit Here and Cry (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
3. Paper Doll (written by Aubrie Sellers, Neil Mason and Jessie Jo Dillon)
4. Losing Ground (written by Aubrie Sellers)
5. Magazines (written by Aubrie Sellers, Adam Wright and Dani Flowers)
6. Dreaming In The Day (written by Aubrie Sellers, Phillip White and Amber White)
7. Liar Liar (written by Aubrie Sellers, Brandy Clark and Jessie Jo Dillon)
8. Humming Song (written by Aubrie Sellers)
9. Just To Be With You (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
10. People Talking (written by Aubrie Sellers and Mando Saenz)
11. Something Special (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)
12. Loveless Rolling Stone (written by Aubrie Sellers and Brent Cobb)
13. Like the Rain (written by Aubrie Sellers, Adam Wright and Jason Sellers)
14. Living Is Killing Me Stone (written by Aubrie Sellers and Adam Wright)

For more information on Aubrie and her upcoming tour dates, visit her website and follow her on Facebook and Twitter.


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