Wingham country singer-songwriter, Hudson Rose is releasing her debut single on Friday, October 16.
Never See Me Cry, co-written with fellow country artist Jackson James, tells the story about everyday situations.
"Never See Me Cry is about the times when you can feel alone or not at home in your own home and how your life can change so quickly and unexpectedly," Hudson Rose said.
"I think it's something that people can relate to. It's about letting things go, moving on and trying to be strong at the same time."
Hudson Rose has captivated audiences in her local area and went on to impress judges at the 2018 Tamworth Country Music Festival's busking competition, where she was chosen out of hundreds to perform on the festival's main stage as part of their Top 10.
She returned to Tamworth the following year to perform across various venues and gained a supporting slot for Queensland band Homegrown.
Earlier this year, Hudson Rose performed her first headline show in Wingham and has live streamed performances including supporting Rai Thistlewayte (Thirsty Merc).
Hudson's talent has caught the attention of Checked Label Services/Kobalt Music Publishing who have signed her for global representation.
At just 18 years of age, Hudson Rose is an impressive new voice on the country music scene in Australia and one to watch as her story unfolds.
Her single Never See Me Cry is out on radio and all digital platforms from Friday October 16.