Ear to the Ground - Free Fall Video Premiere

“Elisabeth Beckwitt has taken Nashville by storm. She has built off her openness about her struggles with depression, anxiety, and addiction.  She has lived and demonstrated the importance of talking about mental health to encourage people to give attention to their mental health. She is also the founder of Sad Girl Music - which started as a Spotify playlist but which has grown into a supportive community of women trying to succeed in the music business.

While her previous release, Gray Again, dealt with rather heavy themes utilizing a rock sound, her upcoming EP Indigo relies on more a pop approach and a free spirited vibe. The album was produced by Jason "Fresh" Threm of TME who added synths to Beckwitt's sound. The first single "Free Fall" was released last week and today, we are happy to present the premiere of the new music video.

The video tells a short story that many queer people will recognize: looking at a friend and thinking, 'What if?'  It is a liberating and frightening but empowering journey taking a leap even if it means falling. Check out Beckwitt's powerful vocals in this short driving tune.”

— Joe Wolfe Mazeres, Ear to the Ground