The daughter of a US Army veteran, Leslie Cours Mather was born in Singapore and grew up traveling the world and has lived in states and cities like Virginia, New Jersey, Orlando, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Los Angeles and Nashville. That upbringing inspired the title track and debut single from her forthcoming album Countrified. Now, she's bringing to us a side to her artistry that showcases how well-rounded she is as a singer, songwriter and entertainer with "Hell Hath No Fury."
Leslie Cours Mather’s new single “Hell Hath no Fury” was produced with iconic producer/executive Denny Diante and showcases Mather’s sharp vocal talent with a fiery, anthemic flair. The lyrics are “something women can identify with and something that men might need to take heed of,” says Mather of the bluesy, soulful number.
The music video for “Hell Hath No Fury,” was directed by Shane Drake, the well-known music video director who has worked with top talent like Keith Urban (“John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16”), Brett Eldridge (“Mean To Me”), Lady Antebellum (“Bartender”), Kelly Clarkson (“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”), Paramore (“Decode”), and Tim McGraw (“Meanwhile Back At Mama’s”), to name but a few. The treatment of the video adds to the lyrics of the song, bringing it vibrantly to life.