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Ava Rowland’s new lyric video for “Run Like Hell”
“‘Run Like Hell’ is a very special project that I’ve kept close to my heart for a while. It is a story that everyone can relate to at some point in their lives and I am thankful that I can provide my fans with content that speaks to them. I hope y’all enjoy watching my vision come alive in the lyric video just as much as I enjoyed writing this single,” shares Ava.
Tiffany Woys’ new single “Do Ya”
“Shooting the video for ‘Do Ya’ is probably the most fun I’ve ever had in front of a camera,” shares Tiffany. “It’s the first video where I have actually had sets built for the shoot. I remember being so nervous showing up for day one, praying that it’s what I had envisioned in my head. It surpassed my wildest dreams! I loved capturing a much more playful side of my personality, which I haven’t done in a video thus far. Robert Chavers always executes my vision so flawlessly. This was definitely a more challenging request to pull off, and he did it without a sweat!”
Lyssa Coulter’s new single “I Don’t Wanna Know”
Of her new single, Lyssa says, “I felt this track was important to put into the world because many times we see vulnerability as “bad” or “scary” due to it potentially revolving around aspects of life that hurt such as heartbreak. In my past, I’ve shoved those emotions down and they resulted in built-up anger and disrespect towards myself and towards people in my life that I love.”
Hannah Bell’s new single “The Butterfly Song”
“I remember being in my backyard and seeing a butterfly fly by. I wondered if it’s wings ever got tired. They were so fragile and beautiful, but somehow so strong and resilient. Then it all just started to click, the idea of growth, expectation and being patient with yourself through it all. About a month later, with the help of Olivia Frances, the idea came together and I am really proud of the result. ‘The Butterfly Song’ means so much to me and I am so excited to finally release it,” says Hannah.
Priscilla Block’s new self-titled EP “Priscilla Block”
“This EP is such a vulnerable side of who I am and where I’ve been,” Priscilla noted. “It’s my story of falling apart in order to find myself again. I hope that when you hear these songs, they make you feel that it’s ok to not be perfect and realize that sometimes we need the lows to value the highs…AND ONCE YOU REGAIN THAT CONFIDENCE…LET IT SHOW, BABY!”