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    "GIRL IN A COUNTRY SONG" TALLIES OVER 3 MILLION VIEWS IN UNDER A WEEK

    August 1, 2014 0 Comments

    “Girl In A Country Song” has amassed over 3 million views on Vevo in a mere four days, eliciting more momentum around hot newcomers MADDIE & TAE. In the music video for their debut single, the teenage duo deliver a hilarious role reversal that features guys strutting around in “painted on cut-off jeans.” Watch via VEVO.

    Maddie & Tae have seen an explosion of media attention surrounding the cheeky tune, which they co-wrote with Aaron Scherz, commending their perspective as a breath of fresh air. The New Yorker touts the song as “brave” while Rolling Stone calls it a “wickedly clever retort” and The Washington Post points out how “the lyrics are already spreading like wildfire.”

    Maddie & Tae are poisted to make their national television debut on NBC’s TODAY August 11, while host Hoda Kotb has already expressed her excitement for “Girl IN A Country Song.”

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    MADDIE & TAE GIVE A VOICE TO EVERY “GIRL IN A COUNTRY SONG” IN NEW MUSIC VIDEO

    July 24, 2014 0 Comments

    MADDIE & TAE boldly bring a fresh perspective to the radio waves, giving a voice to the often trivialized, “Girl In A Country Song.” NPR exclusively shared the vision earlier today, premiering the official music video for the female duo’s cheeky debut single on Dot Records. While gaining a lot of recent attention, the esteemed outlet notes, “Maddie Marlow, who is 19 years old, and Tae Dye, who is 18, made it abundantly clear that they're aiming to tweak country's conventions, not tear them down.” Watch the unique video here, shot outside of Nashville with director TK McKamy. 
     
    Additionally, “Girl In A Country” song was the most-added song at Country radio this week.  
     
    Maddie & Tae will make their national television debut  August 11 on NBC’s TODAY . 
     
    MusicRow calls the unabashed introduction, "fabulous. They have the guts to sass every ‘bro-country’ cliche out there. She hates her tight cut-offs, her bikini top and being called pretty little thing, hottie or baby. Not to mention being whistled at, shaking her money maker and being invited to ride along in the pickup truck. Bonus points for the lively tune, the catchy track, the saucy harmonies and the overall wit. I guarantee you will smile.”
     
    Maddie & Tae, who penned the tune with Big Machine Music staff writer Aaron Scherz, merged their love of mainstream Country and traditional upbringing into the confident yet carefree track. "…it’s no mystery why this singing and songwriting pair from the neighboring states of Texas (Marlow) and Oklahoma (Dye) has built such buzz. Excellent timing, for one thing. They've arrived on the heels of listener fatigue, offering a different vantage point. And it certainly doesn’t hurt that they have a feel for intertwining their voices, executing their phrasing and crafting their hooks for maximum smartly sweet impact,” surmises Rolling Stone Country.
     
    Their creative insight initially dominated headlines across The AtlanticThe Washington PostCMTYahoo! Music and more, touting the song as “undeniably catchy” and “a deliciously snarky tune.”
     
    Maddie & Tae are currently on the road for their first Country radio tour. Follow their journey on Twitter

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