MacKenzie Porter’s new single “Coming Soon To A Bar Near You”
MacKenzie explains, “‘Coming Soon To A Bar Near You’ details where all the broken hearts go to try to heal and all the different ways we try to forget how we got there. It’s about heading to a bar after a breakup to fill that hole in your chest. It never usually works, but we all still do it anyways.”
Leah Marie Mason’s new single “Miss Us Then”
Leah Marie Mason has been keeping herself busy since the viral status she achieved with her debut single “Far Boy” on TikTok and she shows no signs of slowing down. Simplistic guitars bring us into days past. Mason relives the trials of an ex-love, ‘Thrill of the chase ’til the chase ain’t new.” She doesn’t have rose-colored glasses on and she doesn’t shy away from examining the problems of this past love.
Paige King Johnson’s new video for “Baby Don’t”
Country music singer-songwriter Paige King Johnson proves that no amount of clever tricks and games can lure her into falling head over heels with the release of her music video for her latest single, “Baby Don’t.” Johnson is pictured holding on to an apple throughout the video, but unlike Eve, she doesn’t give in to taking a bite. The video shows how easily tempting it is to be blinded by charm, recognizing the lack of feelings involved.
Gabrielle Metz’s new cover of Ingrid Andress’s “More Hearts Than Mine”
Gabrielle Metz bares her vulnerable side in her cover of Ingrid Andress’ “More Hearts Than Mine”. Of the cover, Gabrielle says, “The first time I listened to Ingrid’s song I was immediately transported into her world and felt a deep connection to the lyrics. I typically do not record covers but I have been itching to record this song since 2019.”
Annabel Gutherz’s new audio & visual EP “Loose Ends Sessions“
Annabel Gutherz recorded the “Loose Ends Sessions” at Studio Piccolo in Montreal, Quebec with Dominique Messier (drums) and Kaven Girouard (guitar), two of Céline Dion’s long-time band members. Explaining why she chose these three particular songs from the album, Annabel says, “Each song pulls from a unique sonic palette and topically explores a different facet of my life’s expanding mosaic of stories, which is why I thought they would be especially fun to perform.”
Ava Rowland’s new video for “Love Away The Lonely”
“I’m excited to share my single and music video for ‘Love Away The Lonely’ with you,” shares Ava. “The song has a fun, upbeat 70’s vibe and because of that, we shot the music video in Alabama at a cottage that was decorated with a 70’s theme. It was the perfect place to shoot it. The song is about a woman who imagines that her ex-boyfriend is unhappy in his current relationship and wonders if he ever thinks about her. This was such a fun song to record in the studio. I hope it makes you wanna get up and get your groove on!”