Small Town Titans Unveils ‘Dragonfly’ Single, Video

Independent rock act Small Town Titans unveiled this week some of its most powerful music to date.

The band unveiled its new single ‘Dragonfly,’ which is a tribute to front man Phil Freeman’s mother, who lost her three-year battle with cancer last year.  The song is a simple yet powerful tune that features Freeman alone on guitar singing his heartfelt tribute to his mother in a dimly lit studio setting.

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Freeman explained the inspiration for the song and its title in a recent interview, saying that dragonflies held special meaning for his mother, adding it was also meant to bring solace to anyone else who has ever lost a loved one due to illness.

“This song was written for my mother,” Freeman said.  “She passed away in February of 2017 after a three-year battle with cancer. She loved dragonflies which happen to have deep spiritual significance in many traditions and cultures, representing love, freedom of spirit and compassion. She embodied all of these qualities…The intent of this song is to celebrate her life and bring a little light and love to anyone who may be dealing with the grief of losing someone to illness. She was and is an amazing soul, and I hope this song captures a tiny glimmer of her spirit for the person listening to it.” ‘

Audiences can stream and download ‘Dragonfly’ now here.  More information on ‘Dragonfly’ is available online now along with all of Small Town Titans’ latest news and more at:






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