Country/Pop artist Abigail Neilson is set to release her next single, Left Unsaid on August 28th, 2020. For Abigail, the heart and soul of music is rooted in its ability to connect with others on a deeper level. Coincidentally, the Seattle-based artist has a lot to get off her chest. Her honest and captivating ballads cover the spectrum of human emotion, encompassing everything from the joy of falling in love, to the agony of heartbreak and the strength of female empowerment.
This is a big song. It’s energetic and captivating, full of the hurt that follows a careless heartbreak. In it, Abigail sings through the stages of grief from confusion to anger – “is it making you better, saying you don’t love me now?” – to acceptance. This song is heavily rooted in the country sound, with clear influences from pop and heartland rock. With vibes reminiscent of Avril Lavigne’s second album, Taylor Swift’s teenage heartbreak and Cassadee Pope’s Wasting All My Tears On You, Left Unsaid is every bit as intense, chaotic and powerful as the heartbreak itself.
Neilson self-penned Left Unsaid and Robbie Artress (Chris Stapleton, Ben Folds, Randy Rogers Band) produced the track in Nashville, Tennessee, with instrumentation by brothers Gideon & Gabe Klein, and Ellen Angelico, who have all played with artists such as Tenille Townes, Delta Rae and Lauren Jenkins. Grant Mickelson (Taylor Swift, George Strait, Kenny Chesney) also performs on the track.