Music Releases

New Music Friday – Spotify Playlist

It´s another Music Friday with some amazing new releases!

This week is all about girlpower!

Four of our favorite artists have released new music and we are beyond excited to share those with you:

Sophia Scott- Overdressed

Sophia Scott, who recently relocated to Nashville from LA, presents a perfect summer hit with her new single “Overdressed”, which incorporates real cool R&B beats and some killer lyrics as always! Sophia is our queen of fun, ironic pop-country songs and we urge you to go listen to this new masterpiece of hers!

Courtney Marie Andrews- Old Flowers

Next up on the list is the long awaited new album by Courntey Marie Andrews. Courtney, who´s music is often associated with Joni Mitchell and Emmylou Harris, never disappoints! Her new album “Old Flowers” comprises 10 folky songs, with a modern twist! Her crystal clear voice is divine! “How you get hurt” is our personal favorite!

Lori McKenna- the Balladeer

Any country music enthusiast will be aware of the songwriting genius that Lori McKenna is. Songs like “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw” or “Girl Crush” by Little Big Town and many more come from her pen. Now Lori has released a new solo album, titled The Balladeer. She enchants with her warm vocals and heartfelt songs as always! We love her  If you are a country music fan, you musnt´t miss out on this:

Taylor Swift – folklore

There´s no way around the new album by the super talented Taylor Swift! Her album “folklore” brings some super sparse tracks to the table! Taylor is a super versatile artist and we love this new sound! We already love this album!

New releases will be presented on a monthly basis!

To pitch music for our “Artist to Watch” playlist, please send us a streaming link to your tracks to office @ Genres to be considered: Folk, Country, Americana, Blues, Rock, Soul and Pop.

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