Lauren Morrow Tells Her Story Through An Arresting And Beautiful Historical Lens With “Nobody But Me” Music Video

Lauren Morrow Tells Her Story Through An Arresting And Beautiful Historical Lens With “Nobody But Me” Music Video

From her new album People Talk, out now on Big Kitty Records;

On Tour with Joshua Hedley, Drivin N Cryin, and Sunny Sweeney

Nashville, TN – May 30, 2023 – “The lines, ‘if you ain’t helping then you’re hurting, it ain’t hard to see / I don’t need nobody but me,’ kept repeating in my head,” says Atlanta-raised and Nashville-based singer-songwriter Lauren Morrow about the genesis of her song, “Nobody But Me,” which premiered today at Rolling Stone. The track appears on her recently-released album, People Talk—an album praised by the likes of American SongwriterHoller.Under The RadarThe Boston Globe, and the aforementioned Rolling Stone, with Joseph Hudak writing, “Lauren Morrow destroys the bogus imagery of social media on her debut full-length album People Talk, a record full of devastatingly honest and real-life lyrics delivered with a mix of vulnerability and confidence.”

“Nobody But Me” was brought out of its loop in Morrow’s ever-creative mind and into existence with the help of a particular direction in which she wanted to go. “I had a small idea in my head about a piano driven song for the record similar to a lot of my influences from Tori Amos to Radiohead.” During a writing session with her People Talk producer, Parker Cason, and her husband and bandmate, Jason Morrow, Lauren fleshed out the rest of the tune. “I wrote some very vulnerable things about myself and my experiences in the music industry over the last decade,” she remembers. “It became a song about empowerment and standing in your own self, flaws and all.”

When it came time to make a video for “Nobody But Me,” Morrow wanted to take it into her own hands, landing on her vibrant concept of highlighting women throughout history; strong and beautiful. Replete with grainy archival clips from the last seven or eight decades, the final cut of Morrow’s media collage exemplifies the strength, wit, and perseverance with which she sings. “This song is so personal to me, so it just felt right to try to tell that story myself,” she says. Fans check out People Talk in its entirety right here; there are also a very small number of limited edition highlighter yellow vinyl copies of PeopleTalk for sale at

In addition to the premiere of Morrow’s “Nobody But Me” video, she will embark on a month-long tour with Joshua Hedley which starts tomorrow, May 31st, in Lexington, Kentucky, and finishes up at Morrow’s hometown favorite, Atlanta’s Eddie’s Attic; after, fans can catch her live with Drivin N Cryin and Sunny Sweeney. A full list of dates can be found immediately below or at

Catch Lauren Morrow live with Joshua Hedley:

May 31 – Lexington, KY – The Burl

June 1 – Indianapolis, IN – Duke’s

June 2 – St. Louis, MO – The Golden Record

June 3 – Berwyn, IL – Fitzgerald’s

June 4 – Milwaukee, WI – The Cooperage

June 6 – Louisville, KY – The Whirling Tiger

June 7 – Newport, KY – Southgate House Revival

June 8 – Columbus, OH – Rumba Cafe

June 9 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom & Tavern

June 10 – Buffalo, NY – Sportsmen’s Tavern

June 11 – Medford, MA – The Porch

June 13 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe

June 14 – Vienna, VA – Jammin Java

June 15 – Lancaster, PA – Tellus360

June 16 – Queens, NY – Honky Tonkin’ In Queens at Gottscheer Hall

June 17 + 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Baby’s First Rodeo at Ortleibs

June 20 – Brooklyn, NY – Skinny Dennis

June 22 – Charlottesville, VA – The Southern

June 23 – Roanoke, VA – Spot on Kirk

June 24 – Richmond, VA – Get Tight Lounge

June 25 – Abingdon, VA – Abingdon Vineyards

June 27 – Charleston, SC – The Pour House

June 28 – Raleigh, NC – The Pour House

June 29 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre

June 30 – Atlanta, GA – Eddie’s Attic

Catch Lauren Morrow live with Drivin N Cryin and Sunny Sweeney:

July 1 – Birmingham, AL – The Saturn*

July 7 – Greenville, SC – Radio Room*

July 8 – Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle*

July 15 – Maquoketa, IA – Codfish Hollow Barn^

* supporting Drivin N Cryin

^ supporting Sunny Sweeney

Please visit for tickets or more information.

People Talk Tracklist:

1. I’m Sorry

2. Only Nice When I’m High

3. People Talk

4. It’s You

5. Looking For Trouble

6. Nobody But Me

7. Hustle

8. Family Tree

9. Leona

10. Birthday

More About People Talk: When it came time to write the songs for her first full-length record, Morrow knew she had to find those around her who could pull her out of the Americana rut and inspire her to tap into parts unknown. After moving to Nashville in 2017, both Lauren and Jason Morrow found the community they so desperately wanted, including a mental/songwriting guru in producer Parker Cason. “It was the best decision we’ve made. We decided in July 2017 to move and we sold our house, packed our bags, and moved here less than two months later. We met Parker almost immediately, and it felt so kindred to me. I’d finally found someone who understood all of my influences and could really see the vision beyond what I’d done in my prior career.” They began writing and recording the songs for People Talk in 2019. Morrow found herself finally writing the songs she always knew were within her, and together they created a soundscape that reflects her eclectic well of influences and songwriting growth since moving to Nashville. “I used to write stories—made up things about others I’d imagined in my head—but this record is all true to me,” she says. “There’s not a single lyric that hasn’t happened to me in some shape or form, and I think it’s taken me to this point in my life to be able to articulate it and confidently stand behind the vulnerability of it all, which isn’t easy for me. I didn’t want to be defined anymore by my past musical experiences or feel like I was ‘enough,’ because my past bands didn’t quite ‘make it.’ In my head, I was thinking, ‘Geez, she’s in her 30s and releasing a debut record? Shouldn’t she hang it up already? Her time is running out.’ But in reality, I had to silence that negative voice and let myself show through these songs, and it’s taken all of this time and these experiences to really shape who I am as a human. I feel like I’m just now figuring that out, and now I finally have something to say.”

More About Lauren Morrow: People Talk is the album Lauren Morrow was born to create. The Nashville-based, Atlanta-raised singer-songwriter has spent the better part of the last fifteen years cultivating her sound, pouring in a variety of influences, and honing her live show until the sound felt unabashedly her own. After spending more than a decade as the frontwoman of popular Americana band The Whiskey Gentry, Lauren stepped out with a 2018 self-titled debut EP and received widespread acclaim. She landed on many Best Of year-end lists from Rolling Stone to Garden & Gun, filmed an episode for PBS’ “Bluegrass Underground” and toured the US playing festivals such as Pickathon and Bristol Rhythm & Roots. Mixed by Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, Jack White, Phish) and Jaquire King (Kings of Leon, Tom Waits, Shania Twain), Morrow’s new album, People Talk, showcases her flawless vocals and intricate songwriting, but also her willingness to take risks—an edge that makes her stand out from the Nashville norm. Whether she’s singing an alternative/indie rock banger or a traditional lovesick ballad, she leaves a unique impression that lingers and is unlike anything you’ve heard before. People Talk is set to release on March 31st on Big Kitty Records.