NASHVILLE, TN – Hudson Valley ignites country music with a mixture of rock n roll and pop-punk in their upcoming release “Shut Me Up,” a cover from Old Dominion’sself-titled EP. The fiery female-fronted band expertly converts the song into an electrifying country-rock track, showcasing their undeniable talent and full-throttle sound. "We have been playing 'Shut Me Up' as part of our live shows since we formed the band," says Sarah Owens, lead singer of Hudson Valley. "We're big Old Dominionfans, and so many people thought it was an original of ours that we decided to cut our version of it in the studio when we weren't out playing because of the pandemic." A musical supernova, the Hudson Valley band is far from your run-of-the-mill country act. They are stars, bringing their individual influences from pop-punk, rock and country to create a dynamic, eccentric sound exclusively their own. "Shut Me Up" impacts all platforms March 18. For more on Hudson Valley, including show dates, visit www.hudsonvalleyband.com.
About Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley is the result of fiery rock ‘n’ roll and pop-punk melded into a female-fronted country band that has achieved more in the first few years of inception than most. Not only did their first EP “Seven” debuted at #17 on theiTunes Country Album Chart – their debut single “Can’t Have Nothin’ Nice” was picked up by Radio Disney Country with the music video still in rotation at all Ole Red locations. Even after the initial success, the band proceeded to sell out shows at The Listening Room, 3rd and Lindsley and The Bluebird Cafe. With more to come, there is no stopping this train.
For more on Hudson Valley, visit www.hudsonvalleyband.com.