Recalling Hometown Pastimes,
Original Tune Available Via All Digital And Streaming Outlets--Friday, August 19, 2022
Pre-Sale Set To Begin Friday, August 5, 2022
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Indie singer/songwriter and country recording artist Emily Pyscher (pronounced Pie-shure) is set to release her sixth studio recording, “Memory Lane,”* in mid-August. Penned by Pyscher and produced by Emmy-winner Ken Royster (Luke Combs/Cowboy Troy/Tom O’Connor), the track will be available on August 19, 2022, via all major digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/Pandora/ Spotify/Tidal). Presale/Pre-save event begins Friday, August 5, 2022.
Inspired by a Tennessee back road drive through a quiet rural country town, the ballad plays like a captivating movie scene that recalls favorite hometown pastimes fueling bittersweet emotions. With a knack for creating rhythmical cadences, the nineteen-year-old songstress (who draws from the textures of her favorite song crafters--Bob Dylan, Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert) weaves poetically abstract lyrics seamlessly while simplistic production paints crystal clear imagery of the lifelike playback.
“I wrote ‘Memory Lane’ just after I moved from Michigan to Nashville. Driving down a Tennesse back road reminded me of home. It just seemed to write itself,” said the Michigan-native, Emily Pyscher. "It’s truly personal and represents all that I am. A fond recollection of where I grew up and my leap of faith to move to Nashville to pursue my dream—the very fibers that have molded me. I really love the acoustics, and the production is reminiscent of the older country music that I grew up listening to.”
We’d run through the rows of hay
Stay out a little too late
Go fishin’ in the lake
Lately, I’ve been driving down memory lane
I might owe a few to the bank
A few things I shouldn’t have said
And I might be getting too close to the deep end
It's hard not to when I didn’t know
When you leave home
You run out of places to go
The new single is the second in Pyscher’s 2022 waterfall series of releases and is the title track to her EP, titled MEMORY LANE, scheduled to drop September 30, 2022.
Label: Records DK
Written By: Emily Pyscher
Produced By: Ken Royster
Distribution by: DistroKid
Digital/Streaming Release Date: Friday, August 19, 2022
Presale/Pre-save Event: Friday, August 5, 2022
Run Time: 3:03
ABOUT Emily Pyscher is a young woman beaming with an optimistic perspective offset by a determination and work ethic that keeps her grounded and focused; she knows what she wants and makes no bones about her intentions to get there.
The aspiring teenage hopeful pursued her musical journey in her senior year in high school, making frequent trips to and from her Michigan hometown to Nashville. Immediately following graduation, the small farm gal was on the fast track to making Music City her home. Quickly becoming a member of the community, Emily immersed herself into the music scene earning a music industry education by fire. She is a frequent performer at famed Nashville hot spots including Ole Red and Tin Roof, and she’s headlined at The Local.
Emily recorded her first single at just 17. She has released four singles — “The Next One,” “My Turn,” “When I Said Goodbye” and “Different Bar”— the original tunes embrace hopeless romanticism, questioning love, flashbacks and the empowerment of letting go. Her music has been spotlighted on various notable playlists and podcasts (including Women of Country Music, Crazy Women Country, Country, The Next Generation, Boots and Whiskey, among others). She will release her debut EP, boasting all-original tunes, in September 2022.
Off stage Emily possesses an inviting, girl-next-door warmth with sly self-deprecation; on stage the young vocalist morphs into a charismatic entertainer with engaging banter, high-energy performances and hair flips. Her fearless approach to chasing her dream and defying convention are character traits that will enable Emily Pyscher to rise to the top as a woman in country music who created her own destiny.
“We’re the ones holding the pen, let’s write how this story ends.” – Emily Pyscher
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