'Ain’t Goin’ Home' is out July 22!
Vixens of Fall will be releasing their new single and music video for Ain’t Going Home on July 22. But, if like us, you can’t wait that long, we have your first listen and look at the music video in this exclusive premiere!
Written alongside 2022 Toyota Star Maker winner, Max Jackson, Vixens of Fall sought a song that reflected their larger-than-life personalities.
“There are no “next door girl” vibes here,” they say. “Although we love to sing beautiful ballads and songs from the heart, our stage show is quite different from our previous singles.”
Partly due to the clever production work of Rod McCormack, the tune jumps out the speakers like a Shania Twain dance hit. The track opens with an in-your-face guitar riff, instantly bucking any preconceived notions that these three might be one trick ponies.
Produced by Jazmyn Produces, the video captures the trio’s signature live energy and makes an excellent, tongue-in-cheek companion to the sizzling track.
They add, “The first scene was in Jazmyn’s living room where we ate chocolate, popcorn and crackers and dip and of course drank some wine. The second scene found us at Method Art Collective; a bar with a tattoo parlour. A perfect place for us! Drinks and tattoos – What more could we want?!”
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Ain’t Goin’ Home follows on from their previous single If You Don’t Want My Love, which peaked at #13 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay chart and debuted at #1 on the iTunes Australian Country Chart. In fact, since the release of their single The Long Game in 2020, the trio have notched five consecutive Top 10 hits on the iTunes Australian Country Chart, three of which took out the #1 spot.
Comprised of Nina, Wren and Lulu, the sisters were born and raised in the tropical north city of Cairns. The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton and Creedence Clearwater Revival were all a part of their Father’s morning repertoire and began the trio’s early passion for song. The sisters took to performance early, taking part in ballet, dance, and drama groups.
They moved to Brisbane in 2000 and started their professional singing career at the Urban Country Music Festival in 2016 and have since made regular appearances at the Gympie Music Muster and Tamworth Country Music Festival. Vixens of Fall released their debut EP, A Love Likes Ours in 2019, which included the hit singles Jeremiah and Down By The River.
2022 continues to be a busy year for the Queensland natives. As well as embarking on a string of headline shows across the sunshine state, the sisters will open for Daryl Braithwaite at the Mt. Isa Street Festival and will appear at the fan favourite, Gympie Music Muster, in August.
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