Rising Nashville artist Hailey Whitters has treated her fans to a delicate, piano version of her hit single, Dream, Girl. You can watch the video below.
In addition to the piano release, Whitters has also announced a ‘Live In Studio Sessions’ series, which has been kickstarted by the release of Dream, Girl.
Speaking about the series, Whitters explained that it was a way to reconnect with her band, who she had missed tremendously as a result of lockdown, while also explaining that the piano take on Dream, Girl was very natural and didn’t prove to be promlematic at all.
“I miss the road and my band immensely,” Whitters explained. “The ‘Live In Studio Sessions’ were a way for us to all regroup and play music together – safely social distancing, of course.
“With COVID-19 disrupting touring, we also saw this as an opportunity to deliver these songs in a live setting to fans. I hope it helps curb the ache of live music during this strange time.
“Reimagining Dream, Girl felt very effortless and natural. We chose to make it piano-driven while still maintaining some of the ‘80s guitar elements.
“It took it to a whole new dimension and depth. The lyrics are able to settle in even more so than before and feel more vulnerable, yet still empowering.”
Recently, Hailey Whitters was awarded the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) Rising Nashville Artist of the Year award.
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