Singled Out: Angela Autumn's Shooter

Keavin Wiggins | 06-08-2021

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Angela Autumn photo by Dana Kalachnik courtesy Skye Media

Angela Autumn just released her new album "Frontiers Woman" and to celebrate we have asked her to tell us about the song "Shooter". Here is the story:

"Shooter" is the fourth song on "Frontiers Woman," and I believe it's an exercise in eccentric county writing. I wrote it during the winter of 2020, so there are many elements related to travel and dreaminess there. I had just seen some incredible artists play in Nashville, including Leo Rondeau.

After being washed in the classic themes of gambling, traveling, and troubadour life, I felt super inspired to write "Shooter." The picking pattern is different for me. It has a heavy, repetitive guitar bassline.

Also, Scott Murray's slide guitar adds a left field, Eastern element. I really wanted the song to reflect my innermost self. It's essentially about overcoming self-doubt.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself below and learn more about the album here

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