Ashton Shepherd Says “Look It Up”

Shepherd, Ashton 2011

Since her debut in 2007 with the sassy "Takin' Off This Pain" and lighthearted "Sounds So Good" a year later, newcomer Ashton Shepherd has largely been off the radio dial.

Good news for Ashton's fans: her new single "Look It Up," written by Angelenna Presley and Robert Ellis Orrall, is a honkytonk slice of revenge against a cheatin', drinkin', lyin' lover.

With a scathing vocal, the small town Alabaman gives her misbehaving man a few choice words to "look up," such as "faithful," "forever," and "sober," since he obviously has no clue of their meanings. The cheater's other woman doesn't get a free pass, either. Ashton labels her as "easy," or more precisely, "that piece of trash riding round in your pickup truck."

Listen to Ashton’s new single, which is now at radio, on her website.

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