Nashville, TN (August 3, 2018) – Rising singer-songwriter Lauren Marsh releases her new single and video “Kids,” across all streaming platforms. The track is from her forthcoming EP REVIVAL set to be released Fall 2018. In “Kids,” the indie pop songstress sings about her hometown was formative to who she is today and how she will always carry those times with her. The nostalgic music video is laced with videos from her childhood and follows her in present walking around reflecting back on those days. Watch it here.
Listen to “Kids” here.
“It puts an intimate part of my life on display to show that no matter where we go, what we do, or how much time passes; we’re all connected to the kids we were, and the friends, family and places we grew up,” shares Marsh. “While we may think things change forever, somewhere inside there is still a big part of us that is still that kid we were growing up.”
“Kids” is the second track from her upcoming EP, it follows “Take Me With You When You Go,” a track that Atwood Magazine describes saying, “the early-Taylor Swift-esque pop song tells a nostalgic story of growth and change.” In 2016 she released her EP VERACITY, which featured her breakthrough track “Dear Love” which amassed over 5 million Spotify streams and was prominently featured on an episode of NCIS: New Orleans.
About Lauren Marsh
Mostly raised in Hopewell Township, Marsh discovered her preternatural sense of melody as a little kid. After taking up piano at age 11 she began putting those songs to music and finding her voice as a writer. After cutting her teeth at those Jersey Shore coffee shops, Marsh headed off to William Paterson University to further sharpen her craft. During her time in college, she also took up ukulele, partly as a way to make her act more portable. As Marsh steadily built up a following, she began scoring more and more gigs around New York City, including shows at iconic venues like The Bitter End and Rockwood Music Hall. In addition to her City Winery gig with Don McLean—an opportunity that came her way after her performance at The Outlaw Roadshow, a musical showcase co- curated by Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz—she’s also shared stages with artists like Andy Grammer, Gavin DeGraw, and Howie Day in recent years. In 2016 she released her EP VERACITY, which featured her breakthrough track “Dear Love” which amassed over 5 million Spotify streams and was prominently featured on an episode of NCIS: New Orleans. Her highly anticipated follow up EP REVIVAL is set to be released in Fall 2018.
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