Ashlie Amber Celebrates Red-Eye Flight Romance with ‘Runnin’

Country Vogue creator Ashlie Amber continues to turn heads by expertly offering her own take on country music with her August 27 single “RUNNIN’”—available now for pre-save/pre-order.The product of a 14 day writing binge, “RUNNIN'” flawlessly captures Ashlie Amber’s delightfully quirky lyrical swagger and further solidifies her role as a champion of unapologetic originality.

“I think that the most motivating mindset a songwriter can have is that their best song is the one they haven’t written yet,” Amber admits, “but there’s something about ‘RUNNIN” that lets me confidently say it’s by far my favorite song I’ve written to date.”

Ashlie Amber has spent the last year celebrating one success after another with her singles “Those Nights” and “Open,” which ultimately led to her broadcast debut with CMT and a slot in the network’s coveted 12 Pack Countdown. In addition to landing placements on Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, Apple and Amazon Music editorial playlists, Ashlie has earned praise from Billboard, Forbes, Taste of Country and more. With industry staples like American Songwriter applauding her ability to pen songs with inimitable intimacy and closeness, Ashlie Amber is well on her way to making her own voice her most significant identifier.   

“I love writing from a positive perspective, even about past experiences, and I look at ‘RUNNIN” like a snapshot of the infatuation I felt for my hometown love from years ago. I wouldn’t hop on a 24-48 hour red-eye flight for just anyone, but I happily did it for him. For me, that’s the kind of head over heels relationship worth writing about, no matter if it works out or not.”

‘RUNNIN” is available for pre-save/pre-order on August 6 and arrive to all platforms on Friday, August 27. For tour dates and more, visit ashlieamber.com and connect with @ashlieamberofficial on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter & YouTube!

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