Montana Modderman Releases Music Video for "You and Elvis"
Rising artist, Montana Modderman, has released her highly anticipated music video for her Hollywood Music in Media award nominated single, “You and Elvis”.
Heavily influenced by country music legends like Shania Twain and Faith Hill, Montana felt the need to follow in their steps by creating her own music. Montana began learning how to play the guitar on her own in addition to writing original songs at the tender age of eleven. Though Montana fell in love with all aspects of music, her focus was, and still is, in the lyrical artistry of country music. Serving as the closing track from her debut EP, For The Record, “You and Elvis” illustrates Montana’s lyrical prowess. A modern country song with twinges of classic undertones, “You and Elvis” creates a feeling of nostalgia in listeners of varying ages. Throughout the track, Montana speaks of the difficulty former lovers face when someone they care so deeply about becomes a faintly familiar figure.
The music video for “You and Elvis” is a vintage filtered escape. Through frames of sepia tinted vignette, Montana is seen
in a cozy home, alone. The same home that was once the dance floor for her lover and Elvis ballads. Lyrics of “The
silence is deafening after you and Elvis left the building” juxtaposed with the vintage flair of the video create a nostalgia for
an era even before our time.