Kick-ass rising artist Tera Lynne Fister may have been released on bail (not literally), but she is still raising hell with the release of her official music video for her latest single Hell Raiser. Nashville Meets World had the exclusive premiere of the video this afternoon (CLICK HERE to watch).
This song is currently available on Spotify, Apple Music and all digital platforms. She has received great feedback after releasing her lyric video a few weeks ago that she wanted to continue to showcase her sassy attitude with a music video.
Nashville Meets World sat down with Tera Lynne for an interview and performance which aired on their network earlier this week. “What a voice! This is the rock/country genre-blending new artist whose music you NEED in your ears,” says host Cameron Wallace “Camo.”
“I brought back my video producer Lexy Burke who did my lyric video as well to shoot this music video. It was definitely a long day, but we had so much fun filming it,” said Tera Lynne. “I had to bring my band in on this shoot. It was definitely a new experience for them. They have never played in a jail cell before. This is one heck of a video and I’m so excited to hear what everyone thinks of it.”
To continue the launch of the music video, Tera Lynne is set to host a Facebook Live performance Friday, March 27th at 6PM CT. She will answer fans questions, share songs and stories from her upcoming self-titled project. During this time, she will also offer fans the opportunity to purchase the EP before it’s released for a donation starting at $10 and giving a portion of the sales to MusiCares for all the musicians out of work this time.
“During these tough times, every little bit helps and music heals the heart. As an artist and a musician, we rely heavily on our tour dates and we’re doing everything we can to bring the music to the fans. Sadly, the situation has also hit the rest of our team – the studio musicians, producers, sound and light techs, road crews, and other music industry workers. I’m hoping I can bring some happiness into your homes this evening and help everyone in need.”
Hell Raiser, which is not your typical country tune, is purely a good-time girl anthem. Written by Tera Lynne and her co-producer Christopher Griffiths, “this is a 3-piece conversation of how I met my current boyfriend,” laughs Tera Lynne. “It’s a sing-a-long chick anthem. The fans love when I play this song live because of the attitude that goes with this song.”
With her bright pink hair bouncing around on stage, her sassy banter, distressed yet powerful vocals and edgy guitar licks, this tatted artist is well on her way to showcasing her “psychedelic honky-tonk sass,” style. She is gearing up for a full tour this year, including performing at a ten-day festival, BadenfHart, in Switzerland this August.
About Tera Lynn Fister:
Tera Lynne Fister catches the room on fire with a magic her mama used to call psychedelic honkytonk rock. With a family line of musical talent and exposure to a wide variety of genres since childhood, the St. Louis native is now making her music her way in the heart of Music City.Always one to collaborate, Tera has also lent her talents as rhythm guitarist and background vocalist for Kelsey Hickman, opening for acts like Alabama, Jo Dee Messina and Neal McCoy. She can also be seen singing BGVs on tapings of “Real Country,” a singing competition that aired on the USA Network in 2018, which featured judges Travis Tritt, Shania Twain, and Jake Owen. That same year, she did a one week stint in Switzerland playing the Loschwasserbecken Baden (LWB).
Endorsed by Cole Clark guitars and a seasoned Nashville performer for over eight years has reiterated the importance of growth, community, and perseverance. Tera Lynne’s creative input and gifts of empathy and compassion are just the right combinations for communicating with audiences on all levels, creating a sense of nostalgia and oneness.