NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Singer, songwriter, mother, and entrepreneur, Erin Duvall releases her empowering music video, “Too Little, Too Late.” As Erin continues to soar to new heights through her beautiful yet chaotic journey, her vocal powerhouse and artistry prevail through great influence and self-reflection.
Produced and directed by Simeon Baker, Terry Baker, Erin Duvall, David Mann Jr. and cinematographer Tony Pettiford from Clear Scope Media, the music video conveys a message of strength and independence. Erin continues to be a voice for those pursuing their own visions and reflecting on their feelings and triumphs. In the country music song, “Too Little, Too Late,” Erin acknowledges breaking those barriers to be able to rediscover herself.
In a song review from The Nash News, ‘”Too Little, Too Late” is the perfect song to help elevate her name. Much of what makes Duvall tick comes from her home state of Texas. She grew up being influenced by the sounds around her: country, blues, gospel, and rock. Duvall also represents the power of being a single mom while pursuing her dreams.”
The “Too Little, Too Late” single and video express the complexity of realizing it’s time for greater things. “Say “Too Little, Too Late” to those that dim your light and don’t give you the freedom to soar to great heights. You are amazing and deserve nothing less,” says Erin.
Erin’s music video release, “Walking Country Song,” was featured as one of the Top Country Music Videos of the Week on Taste of Country, alongside other artists Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Carrie Underwood, Chase Rice, and Tenille Arts. For the highly anticipated music video “Too Little, Too Late,” Erin takes solace in the fact that those mistakes and life lessons have all been part of the impactful journey set out for her and her kids. Watch the music video for “Too Little, Too Late” HERE!
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