Rising country artist Caitlin Quisenberry plays the part of a woman betrayed struggling to move past insecurities and forgive her partner’s indiscretions in her passionate new single “LOVE HER OUT OF MY HEAD.” The moving lyrics speak to the raw emotions of love, lust, self-doubt, and jealousy that comes with such deception. For “LOVE HER OUT OF MY HEAD,” Caitlin worked with GRAMMY Award winning producer Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Chris Stapleton) who masterfully created instrumentals with the space for her larger-than-life vocals to be front and center.
“This song pulls at the deepest parts of my soul,” shares Caitlin. “Lust, love, insecurity, and jealousy- it’s mentally, emotionally, and physically so raw. It’s an invitation into a woman’s mind while we ride her emotional rollercoaster of betrayal. I wanted to put this out right before Halloween, because of the dark, seductive force entangled throughout the song. It’s a story with such a painful message; the passion effortlessly follows suit. This song proves that there is beauty in darkness and art can come from even the most painful of circumstances.”
In addition to the single, Caitlin has released an accompanying music video which she directed. Filmed at the Harpeth Hotel in Historic Franklin, TN, the video provides a deep emotional journey from inside the mind of a woman scorned. Heavy on performance, the video depicts Caitlin begging her man to show her how much he loves her and to assure her that the other woman was a mere mistake. She is haunted by images of them together, fighting in a competition that may not be a competition at all. The video ends with the questions of “Does she take him back? Do they work through the cheating and betrayal?” leaving the viewer to their own interpretations.
About Caitlin Quisenberry:
Nashville’s newest darling Caitlin Quisenberry is bringing her Denver flair to Music City. No stranger to the stage, Caitlin first started singing at age three. When she was 14, she recorded her first EP with multi-GRAMMY-winning producer Robert Cutarella and the following year found herself on American Idol, where she earned a Golden Ticket and was pushed through to Hollywood. While in college Caitlin took her talents to the next level, studying in Switzerland with renowned opera singer Karine Mkrtchyan. Now that she calls Nashville home, Caitlin has teamed up with producers Ben Simonetti (Zac Brown Band) and Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Chris Stapleton) to create music that speaks to everyday life and interpersonal relationships that are easily relatable. Her debut single “Blue,” premiered on CMT and “WHAT IF” was chosen as one of their picks of the week. She was also named “Nashville’s Newest Darling” by Hype Magazine and has received placements in American Songwriter, New Music Nashville, Country Note, ThinkTankNashville, Westword, and multiple Spotify playlists.