It’s easy to remember the pain of still loving that one person who you thought would never leave, actually turn and walk away with nothing to remember them by. Montana Modderman knows this feeling all too well as she tells her story of an ex lover withdrawing themselves from her life in her new music video for her Hollywood Music in Media award nominated single, “You and Elvis”.
In the music video for “You and Elvis”, Montana is shown singing alone through a vintage haze. With the nostalgic sepia tones accompanied by a lifeless record player and empty house, Montana brings the loneliness of her lyrics to life on screen. The viewer is left longing for what could have been as the video fades out the last lyrics of Montana singing to the person who is no longer in her life anymore.
Since the July 2018 release of her debut single, “Didn’t Mean To”, she has garnered 320K streams on Spotify and was listed as Woman of Country’s Top Twenty Songs of 2018. Following her first single, Montana released her debut EP, “For The Record”, which was named one of the Best Albums of 2019 by Woman of Country. In addition to being nominated for a Hollywood Music In Media Award, “You and Elvis” has also won a World Songwriting Award for Best Modern Country Song.