We've heard of classic country, neocountry, bro country, outlaw country and pop country, but according to Aubrie Sellers, there is a new genre of country music on the rise: "garage country".
Garage Country is the style she would call her own music.
"It's more a reference to a certain genre and a type of sound," she tells Rolling Stone Country. "The drums are very trashy, it's all electric, it's very in your face and it's not perfect. It's raw, and I think that's what garage means".
Her parents are singer-songwriters Jason Sellers and Lee Ann Womack, so music is in her DNA.
While, vocally, she sounds similar to her mom, her style is completely different. Her musical influences include Creedence Clearwater Revival, Ricky Skaggs, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and Led Zeppelin.
She released her debut album, New City Blues, earlier this year and is signed to Carnival Music Company.
Could she help revive the outlaw movement? Or will "garage country" be the next big thing? Only time will tell, but we are positive she has a successful career ahead of her.
Watch her perform "Sit Here and Cry" below!
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