Multi-talented country music singer-songwriter Christine Bauer recently released her single/lyric video, “Crumble,” a song reflecting the fear of opening up to a new relationship after sustaining past heartbreaks.
Talking about “Crumble,” Bauer says, “It was one of those songs that just writes itself. When I wrote it, it was a release of a lot of pent-up emotions.”
Born and raised in the Midwest, Christine Bauer’s music is driven by storytelling and powerful melodies, resonating deeply with listeners around the world.
In 2016, while in Nashville, Christine met Sarah Harralson. Together, they have written nearly 100 songs and ventured out on tour in May 2019 upon the release of their album, West of Me, which was produced by Sarah Harralson.
A self-taught guitar player, Bauer started writing songs when she was 17. A registered postpartum care nurse by profession, Bauer’s musical talents have resulted in billboards in Omaha, on I-80, another outside Ashland, and still another in Ralston.
In addition, she was recently featured with Morgan Wade on a billboard in Nashville, Tennessee, and presently appears on a billboard between Nissan Stadium and Music Row.
October will see Bauer traveling to Nashville to record with Grady Saxman, while also working on new material to be produced by Paul Ray.
“Crumble” rolls out on a raw percussion topped by a strident, gleaming guitar as Bauer’s deliciously drawling vocals imbue the lyrics with vulnerable passion and emotional urgency. The feel and flow of the melody display luscious, visceral authenticity, infusing the tune with ringing resonance.
Dripping with twangy, uncooked textures, “Crumble” establishes Christine Bauer as a bona fide country music singer-songwriter to be reckoned with.