Austin Gilliam – “I’m Sorry”
Americana Highways presents this premiere of Austin Gilliam’s song “I’m Sorry” from his new forthcoming album I’m Sorry, I’m Fine, due to be released on May 26th.
Musicians on this video version of the song are Austin Gilliam on guitar and vocals; Tony Valdez on bass; and Clay Rheinländer on drums.
The video was created by Brian Monnone of Big Flavor Films, and J.P. Long. This is a love song for the one who got away before it ever began; nonetheless it is powerful indeed. Poignant and touching, Gilliam sings lines like “you’re never gonna say my name” in a strong, pleading vocal that’ll make you just want to sit down and cry.
This song WOULD be a love song if the girl I wrote it about actually ever dated me, but she
never did. So, now I just call it a song. The video was shot in my hometown bar, The Hideaway in New Braunfels, TX. Three full takes arranged and compiled to complete the final project.
Thanks to JP Long for organizing everything. And thanks to Brian Monnone for making
something incredible out of very little budget and resources. Thanks to Tony and Clay, The Well Fed Texans for being a part of it. Thanks to Steve, Ruth, Ashley and everyone at The Hideaway for making us feel at home. It feels like we made some magic happen. — Austin Gilliam
Find more information here: http://www.austingilliammusic.com