Sasha McVeigh's "Rock Bottom" Music Video Debuts at #1 on CMT Music


Breakout British country singer and songwriter Sasha McVeigh reached #1 with the exclusive CMT Music video debut of "Rock Bottom." The music video soared to the top above artists like George Strait and Jenny Tolman placing McVeigh among the elite of Nashville's country voices. Watch McVeigh's #1 charting music video for "Rock Bottom" on CMT Music here.

Since the release of McVeigh's single in early July, critics of "Rock Bottom" have been applauding McVeigh's transparent and raw approach to her lyrics.

In a recent interview with Digital Journal, McVeigh explains the heart behind her latest single saying, "I always try to be as honest as possible in my music and I hope my fans can see that in this song and can relate to it. If this song can help one person realize that hitting rock bottom is nothing to be ashamed of, it’s something everybody experiences, then I’ve achieved what I wanted with this song." Read more here.

“Sasha McVeigh's 'Rock Bottom' is pure country inspiration.” – Billy Duke [Taste of Country]

Produced and directed by Quinton Cook (Kalie Shorr, Radio Romance, Savannah Keyes, Candi Carpenter, Taste of Country and CRS), the "Rock Bottom" video was shot in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and paradoxically captures great triumph as it is a testament to using life's woes as building blocks for growth.

The opening scene unveils McVeigh contently walking through an unkept, expanse of field to the nostalgic feel of velvet and a retro mic which lends a subtle nod to the theme of McVeigh's upcoming, fan-financed EP. McVeigh recollects the mystifying timing of the shoot as books naturally scattered the abandon cabin -- “I brought my copy of TheHunchback of Notre Dame to the shoot because we happened to be filming the day after Paris released the news of the fire at the Cathedral. It’s one of my favorite books, favorite Disney movies and Notre Dame is a place I hold very dear. I believed the world felt a sense of the term rock bottom that day, and I wanted to pay homage to that and my connection to it,” stated McVeigh.

McVeigh assembled a stellar group of musicians including electric guitarist David Evans, drummer Justin Schafer and bassist Corey Scott.

“Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” -- J.K. Rowling

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About Sasha McVeigh:
Sasha McVeigh found her roots in country early on composing her first song at the tender age of twelve. Originally from the countryside of Hereford, United Kingdom, McVeigh's drive, savvy and talent eventually launched her on a trajectory that would land her in Music City six years later. Drawing from country, pop and R&B influences such as Shania Twain, Dolly Parton, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Adele and Amy Winehouse, Sasha McVeigh has performed on stages across the globe earning her spot-on BBC radio, performing on "Under The Apple Tree" hosted by Bob Harris, embarking on a full U.S. tour and being hailed as U.K. Country Music Award's "Female Vocalist of the Year." McVeigh has also performed on several major U.S. main stages alongside Eric Church, Keith Urban and more! Get an inside look at the woman soon to be taking over the country music scene. For more information on Sasha McVeigh and her new single "Rock Bottom" click here.