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Tenille Townes’ new single “Girl Who Didn’t Care”

In her new single, Tenille Townes thinks about how she used to dream and play without limitations. “I miss my imagination, I wonder how it faded,” she admits. The chorus adds a pulsing bassline and sturdy backbeat, while Townes’ lyrics and melody get all the focus. She doesn’t have some tidy resolution for us, but she knows if she keeps looking, she’ll find that person. “I know she’s still in there somewhere,” she sings.

Amy Jack’s new single “Dip in the Pool”

Amy Jack’s newest single “Dip in the Pool” brings all the vibes we love about summer! With lyrics like, “Lemonade and a twist of lime, cannonball will do the trick, ain’t nothing that a dip in the pool and a sangria won’t fix,” we want to grab some friends and take a dive. Wash away your stress with one of your favorite summer pastimes. A cool, refreshing drink helps too, so enjoy the rest of your summer!

Hilary Scott’s new album “Kaleidoscope”

“I wasn’t used to writing with others; for me songwriting had always been a personal love affair,” confesses Scott. “Because this album was a co-writing and publishing project, I didn’t approach it in the same way as all of my other albums, which often were about processing thoughts, feelings and experiences in my life at the time of the songwriting. I came to this project with some chord progressions I liked, as well as some ‘moods’ or concepts, but much of what went on in my mind was excitement over exploring ideas with other songwriters.” 

Melanie Meriney’s new single “Damn Good Story”

Of her new tune, Melanie Meriney says, “As a songwriter, I’ve always been someone who is drawn to storytelling. We were reminiscing on past relationships and were laughing about a few that definitely weren’t going to last, but gave us some good memories. I had the title in my phone notes for a while and thought it would be an interesting way to phrase a summer fling. I think we kind of went from there.”

Drew Haley’s new single “High In Denver”

The song gives off a warm and inviting feeling that is supplemented by Drew Haley’s vivid lyrics of love and adventure. Lyrics like, “We’ll chase our wanderlust somewhere greener, somewhere freer, trade our worries for a little sunshine,” make you want to pack your bags and hit the road! With everywhere opening back up, it’s sure to be a carefree summer!

Alexandra Kay’s new single “How Do We Go”

“I cannot wait for everyone to finally hear ‘How Do We Go.’ This might be my favorite song I have ever been a part of. When I write with Lizzie and Matt, we always get the best stuff and Andrew Capra killed it on the production. This song is about deep feelings that I think a lot of people can relate with. I’m excited for audiences to see my range and to play it live for them this summer on tour!” says Kay.