The secret sisters

After the release of their sophomore effort Put Your Needle Down in 2014 and the subsequent dissolution of their major record label deal, The Secret Sisters retreated home to Alabama and tried to embrace what seemed to be a future without music. But when Brandi Carlile offered to produce their next record, The Secret Sisters found themselves in a more creative and honest space than ever. The resulting songs of You Don’t Own Me Anymore are about life when everything you think defines you is stripped away. It’s a document of hardship and redemption, of pushing forward when it would be so much easier to drown in grief. And it’s a story about how passion and pure artistry can be the strongest sort of salvation.

"They're complete fucking unicorns and I couldn't stay away. I remember the first time I ever heard them sing and I literally could not believe that it was happening in real life. They were and continue to be two of the most stunning singers in the world." Brandi Carlile to Rolling Stone Country

“Gorgeous” Noisey/Vice

“God help anyone who tries to stand in their way.” Noisey/Vice

“...a set of songs both reflective of tradition and deeply personal." NPR Music

You Don’t Own Me Anymore showcases the Secret Sisters at the top of their craft.” Garden & Gun

"You Don’t Own Me Anymore is a strong, welcome return and a reminder of just how powerful and moving the merging of two stunning voices can be." American Songwriter

“...the 12-track set is a marvel of quiet grandeur and steely Southern pragmatism.” AllMusic

“However rooted in the past they may sound, the Secret Sisters ultimately connect on such an intimate level that they render any measure of time extraneous.” AllMusic

“...hauntingly spare arrangements of songs that revel in Southern Gothic themes, which soar through their exquisite sibling harmonies.” Los Angeles Times


NPR Music – "Tennessee River Runs Low" Video Premiere

Noisey – "You Don't Own Me Anymore" Video Premiere

Garden and Gun – "Mississippi" Premiere

Paste – "Carry On" Video Premiere

Rolling Stone Country – Album Premiere


NPR Music – "Folk Alley Presents: The Secret Sisters, 'Mississippi' (Live)"

CBS News – "Saturday Sessions: The Secret Sisters Performs 'He's Fine'"

WNYC – "The Secret Sisters Soar Once Again"

Paste – "The Secret Sisters - Full Session"

The Current – "The Secret Sisters keep it human and honest"

The Bluegrass Situation – Sitch Sessions: "Mississippi"


Los Angeles Times – "What to listen to now: SZA, Bleachers, Secret Sisters and more"

Wide Open Country – "10 Rising Americana Artists You Need To Know"

Noisey – "10 Sweet Albums You Should Buy on Bandcamp Today to Support Trans Rights"

No Depression – "Eight Songs that Blow Me Away"


American SongwriterAll Music, Chicago ReaderCountry Standard TimeSaving Country MusicEntertainment FocusHear Ya


The Bluegrass Situation – "Rewriting The Story, Redrawing The Lines: A Conversation With The Secret Sisters"

Reverb – "The Secret Sisters on Their New Album and Returning to Music"

AXS – "Video Interview: The Secret Sisters become the authors of their arc"

The Boot – "A Brief History of the Secret Sisters, as Told By the Secret Sisters"

The Tennessean – "The Secret Sisters return with You Don't Own Me Anymore"

The Southern Rambler – "With A New Beginning and New Music, No One Owns the Secret Sisters Anymore"

tour dates


Management: Olivia Management

Erin Anderson –

Booking: New Frontier Touring

Peter Loomis –

Press: New West Records

Brady Brock –

Jake Lanier –

Radio: New West Records

Joel Habbeshaw –