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Pop / Rock 05/08/2016

SHEL Premieres New Video "You Could Be My Baby" With American Songwriter

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) SHEL has released the video for their new single "You Could Be My Baby", which puts the band of sisters' unique songwriting, gorgeous vocal harmonies and unique DIY fashion aesthetic on full display. The video was shot at the beautiful Wyatt Hall, a Southern mansion in Franklin, TN built circa 1805. It is currently streaming via American Songwriter.

SHEL's "Stronger Than My Fears" was recently featured in The Huffington Post & ESPNW as the theme song for The Women in Sports film festival trailer. Watch the trailer, which celebrates female athletes from around the world. SHEL's acapella vocals are also featured on the new trailer for TBS' new dark comedy series Search Party.

SHEL's full length album Just Crazy Enough was released on May 13th and first debuted with Culture Collide, who describe the record as "ten tracks laden with enticing beats, bright and airy backing vocals, and earnestly told stories woven throughout." The record was was co-produced by Dave Stewart (best known for his work with the Eurythmics). Stewart remarks, "These ladies will become close to your heart from the minute you hear the first few bars and once you see them live, they inhabit a part of of your brain, make a nest…and are there to stay."

The group also received a tremendous response for their haunting cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman", which was hyped by Nerdist, The Atlantic, Inquisitr, Blabbermouth, and many more. SHEL previously released a video for their song "Rooftop", which was directed and self-produced by SHEL while on tour in Europe, and premiered with Baeble Music. Other recent features include exclusives with Team Coco, Glide Magazine, Brightest Young Things, and Clash Music.

The four sisters of SHEL have amassed a loyal fanbase due to a defiantly DIY approach marked by tireless touring and genre-twisting music that wears its heart on its sleeve. Raised on an abandoned trailer park that the family restored and turned into a farm, the they had an unconventional and imaginative upbringing in the foothills of Fort Collins, Colorado. Each found an instrument to master early on, studying classical music while composing and arranging with Sarah on violin, Hannah on piano, Eva on mandolin, and Liza on drums, djembe and beatboxing. Using their first initials, the band created an acronym - SHEL. Sarah, Hannah, Eva, and Liza Holbrook like to say they are "four sisters, traveling the world, tellin' tales, and sharing a dream." The band released their 2012 self-titled debut to great acclaim, and were embraced by MTV, USA Today, American Songwriter, and many more.

SHEL - Tour Dates:
Aug 05 - Arise Music Fest - Loveland, CO
Aug 06 - Rhythm & Brews - Manhattan, KS
Aug 07 - Rhythms on the Rio - South Fork, CO
Aug 13 - Bohemian Nights - Fort Collins, CO
Aug 24 – 27- Apsen Mountian Film Festival, Apen, CO
Sept 01 - James Ranch - Durango, CO
Sept 02 - Center for the Arts - Crested Butte, CO
Sept 17 - PACE Center - Parker, CO
SEPT 18 - Stargazer's Theatre - Colorado Springs, CO
Sept 24 Levitt Pavilion – Arlington, TX
Oct 08 - Stroughton Opera House - Stroughton, WI






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