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If You Don’t Want My Love by Vixens Of Fall – Premiere

27 January 2022 | 11:30 am | Mallory Arbour

Combing fire and sass, with a cinematic music video to match, which was choreographed by Vixens Of Fall ’s very own Wren – we have your exclusive premiere!

If You Don’t Want My Love by the queens of boho country rock might very well be our favourite track of theirs yet! Combing fire and sass, with a cinematic music video (which was choreographed by Vixens Of Fall’s very own Wren) to match – we are delighted to bring you this exclusive premiere!

Produced by Rod McCormack at The Music Cellar, If You Don’t Want My Love is an anthem of empowerment, but it packs a sneaky sting in the tail.

“Many hearts have been broken many times over the years, and there have been plenty of times in romantic partnerships where that person’s quick way out was with someone else,” Nina explains. “We all knew that this was the song to show another side of the Vixens, the side that nobody should want to cross. It’s strong and it’s sassy and this song is a flick of the wrist, from the chin to the person who’s done you wrong.”

After having a conversation with the writing team - Rod McCormack, Sam Gay and Templeton Thompson - together they have crafted a powerful song to be remembered. The video for the song carries a huge cinematic scope to match the vivaciousness of the track. It was a case of “go big or go home” for Vixens of Fall when shooting the clip, which was captured at Lefty’s Music Hall in Brisbane’s West End by Jazmyn Smith of Jazmyn Produces.

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“We were inspired by the outlaw style of the Wild West Saloon theme. Working again with the wonderful and ever talented Jazmyn Smith, she captured the magic and the sass that oozes from the message of the song - "I can do better, I do not deserve the heartache you’ve caused me,” Nina enthuses. “This song needed a film clip with a strong cinematic story line, it needed Line Dancing and it needed the right atmosphere to unveil the glory of the anger of the Vixens because “If You Don’t Want My Love, then you ‘certainly’ don’t get it”. Enter the saloon at your peril. The sheriff is in town, and she’s got everyone on her side.”

Vixens of Fall have seen their career bounce forth in leaps and bounds, with 2021 seeing them take out the ICMA Award for the ‘Most Popular Country Band’, as well as being named finalists in the Q Music Award category of ‘Best Country Song’ for The Long Game. They also had three singles hit the top #5 on the iTunes Country Singles charts, and two top #10 Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay hits.

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.

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