No branches in SourceTree?

I have a project on my PC, I want to host it on BitBucket as a Git repo. I’ve been using SourceTree to manage an existing project with other contributors, so I know the basics about modifying a repository, but I haven’t made my own one before.

What I’ve done so far was make a brand new repo on BitBucket, then I went in SourceTree and made a new one in there. I added a remote called origin using the URL BitBucket gave me, but when I try to push I see this:

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    Usually I’m supposed to choose which branches to push, but here I don’t see any. Apparently I’m on master though, which it shows in the left pane.

    Basically, I’m confused. Can anyone explain what’s going on or what I’m supposed to be doing?

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    You have to create at least one commit into your local branch before trying to push.

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