Nashville indie-rock artist Abby Nissenbaum releases stunning visuals for queer heartbreak anthem, “Glass Half Full”, out now.

In her most recent music video, emerging songstress Abby Nissenbaum captures the gut-wrenching nature of when love turns sour. Over explosive guitar lines and lo-fi electronics, she explores the pain and growing resentment with her emotive vocals. 


Speaking on the visuals, Abby explains that the single captures, “The anguish of betrayal in a relationship. The music video plays out like a short film, with director Morgan Jergens masterfully capturing the intense beauty of a Sapphic relationship alongside the pain at each fracture as it falls apart.” She continues, “I chose a Pride Month release for this music video to highlight the power and realness of LGBTQ+ relationships, even as the world continues to question our legitimacy.” 


The June release comes from her acclaimed debut EP, ‘Unreliable Narrator’. The project represents a medley of genres, with elements of alt-pop, folk, and electronic mixed within her staple indie-rock sound. Recording between LA and Nashville, Abby unpacks some heavy themes, from depression and isolation, to addiction and heartbreak. Three of the singles were released last year, including the macabre track “Funeral Procession” – for the slow rockers among us. Showcasing the range of the singer’s artistry, ‘Unreliable Narrator” is one to to give a listen to. 

Watch “Glass Half Full” below: