Independent Alt-country artist Jenny Teator released her latest single this month.
Teator debuted her new single ‘Rise Up‘ April 2. The song’s musical arrangement is anchored by its bluesy, chromatic guitar line and subtle, accompanying percussion. The percussion in question is a tambourine and drums. The song’s bass line adds more depth to its presentation along with Teator’s own vocals, which sound so much like those of Miranda Lambert.
Teator explained in a recent interview that the song’s lyrical content sprung from her own personal experiences.
“‘Rise Up’ has become my anthem to fear,” she said. “I was tired of letting fear control my outcomes. It can be really debilitating with it enters your mind, holding you back from things you truly want to do. Moving to Nashville alone was incredibly intimidating and scary, but if I didn’t do that, I wouldn’t be where I am today. It’s easier said than done, but I think we all sometimes need that reminder to rise above it.”
The debut of ‘Rise Up’ comes approximately six months after Teator debuted her then most recent single, ‘Daughter of the Devil.’ That song was the second single that Teator released last year. It followed the debut of her first-ever single ‘Surrender.’
‘Rise Up’ was produced, mixed and mastered by Oh No! Oktapus. It was engineered by Oh No! Oktapus and Jonathan Mitsiaris. The song’s harmonica solo was performed by Zach Sliney.
The keyboards, organ and brass lines were performed by Andrew Sepe. Shaun Lichtenstein provided the song’s guitar and bass lines while Mark Roberge kept time on the drums.
The backing group vocals featured in the song were performed by Jonathan Mitsiaris,Mark and John Roberge, Evan Gillis, Edgar Troncoso, Padma Mynampaty, and Jim Foster
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