Local country crooner Tommy Ash makes music inspired by the likes of Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard, and Waylon Jennings, with a healthy dose of Western music thrown in for good measure. Her song "Yodelin' Blues," off Sinner's Blood, would fit in perfectly on the soundtrack to Kill Bill because her voice drifts between singing and yodeling on the song's haunting chorus. She shot a music video, directed by Tanner Locust and P.A Molumby, that captures the song's dusty aesthetic perfectly. The video is set mostly in an old, light blue Chevy, and we see images of passionate love and heart-wrenching breakup take place in the car while the band plays on faded rugs in front of a brilliant desert sunset. The sound and sights of the desert haunt the video, ending with night overtaking the band, and candles appear to light the final, dark notes of the song.Watch the video here.