Jenny Teator Encourages Listeners To ‘Rise Up’ Against Their Fears With New Single

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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

More information on ‘Rise Up’ is available online along with all of Teator’s latest news and more at:

 

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Jenny Teator Debuts ‘Daughter of the Devil’ Video

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Temperatures nationwide are getting cold, but while the mercury is dropping across the county, singer-songwriter Jenny Teator is heating things up with her latest video.

Teator debuted the video for her latest single ‘Daughter of the Devil‘ Nov. 6 through Vents Magazine. The video finds a young girl going along on a robbery with her father at a gas station.  that footage is coupled with footage of Teator laying (supposedly) nude under a single cover on a bed.

Teator explained in a recent interview, the video was not meant to glorify a life of crime or criminal activity in general.

“‘Daughter of the Devil’ came to be one of those songs where you just feel good jamming out to it and screaming the chorus in your car,” she said.  “I wanted to write a song with a badass vibe, rockin’ guitar parts and the gang vocal hook to get you singing along.  There’s no deep meaning to it.  We wanted to  create a fictional story of a girl who was raised by the Devil (the bad guy) who turned out to be a sultry, man-teasing, people-pleasing, devil-blooded woman in disguise.  Truth be told though, I really am and will be a daddy’s girl ’till the day I die.”

The debut of Teator’s new video comes more than 10 months after she debuted the video for her then latest single ‘Surrender.’  That video debuted Feb. 25.

Teator premiered ‘Surrender‘ on Jan. 6.  It was produced by Oh No! Oktapus  at Red 13 Studios.  The song’s musical arrangement boasts a slight pop-country vibe that will appeal to a wide range of listeners.  Its lyrical theme is just as certain to be far-reaching in its appeal, as is evidenced through Teator’s explanation of said theme.

“‘Surrender’ is about lust and curiosity,” Teator said.  “It talks about the primal want you get when someone comes into your life and they leave you wanting MORE.  It’s more than just, ‘I’m attracted to you.’  It was this powerful gut feeling that took over my body, creating thoughts of what it could be like with this person.  I think we are quick to disregard those moments and immediately feel “dirty” or “wrong” for thinking those thoughts.  I’m saying, ’embrace it.’  We are only human.  The possibilities are endless, ya’ll.”

Teator is currently in the midst of a nationwide tour in support of her music. The tour is scheduled to wind down Dec. 8 in Naples, Fla., according to information on her official Facebook page.  More information on Teator’s tour, new video and more is available online now at:

 

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Jenny Teator Premieres ‘Surrender’ Video

Pop-country artist Jennie Teator debuted the video for her new single this week.

The singer-songwriter debuted the video for her song ‘Surrender’ on Wednesday via Tru Rock Revival.  Directed by Jim Foster, the video puts Teator in a wooded setting as a young man pursues her.  the catch is that he doesn’t catch her, but rather she captures him.  It should be noted here that there are some suggestive moments in this video, though none of those moments are explicit.

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Teator premiered ‘Surrender‘ on Jan. 6.  It was produced by Oh No! Oktapus  at Red 13 Studios.  The song’s musical arrangement boasts a slight pop-country vibe that will appeal to a wide range of listeners.  Its lyrical theme is just as certain to be far-reaching in its appeal, as is evidenced through Teator’s explanation of said theme.

“‘Surrender’ is about lust and curiosity,” Teator said.  “It talks about the primal want you get when someone comes into your life and they leave you wanting MORE.  It’s more than just, ‘I’m attracted to you.’  It was this powerful gut feeling that took over my body, creating thoughts of what it could be like with this person.  I think we are quick to disregard those moments and immediately feel “dirty” or “wrong” for thinking those thoughts.  I’m saying, ’embrace it.’  We are only human.  The possibilities are endless, ya’ll.”

Teator premiered the song ‘Surrender‘ on Jan. 6.  It was produced by Oh No! Oktapus  at Red 13 Studios.  The song’s musical arrangement boasts a slight pop-country vibe that will appeal to a wide range of listeners.  Its lyrical theme is just as certain to be far-reaching in its appeal, as is evidenced through Teator’s explanation of said theme.

“‘Surrender’ is about lust and curiosity,” Teator said.  “It talks about the primal want you get when someone comes into your life and they leave you wanting MORE.  It’s more than just, ‘I’m attracted to you.’  It was this powerful gut feeling that took over my body, creating thoughts of what it could be like with this person.  I think we are quick to disregard those moments and immediately feel “dirty” or “wrong” for thinking those thoughts.  I’m saying, ’embrace it.’  We are only human.  The possibilities are endless, ya’ll.”

More information on ‘Surrender’ is available online now along with all of Jenny Teator’s news and more at:

 

Websitehttp://www.jennyteator.com

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/jennyteator

 

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Jenny Teator Debuts New Single, ‘Surrender’

Singer-songwriter Jenny Teator debuted her new single last week.

Teator premiered the song ‘Surrender‘ on Jan. 6.  It was produced by Oh No! Oktapus  at Red 13 Studios.  The song’s musical arrangement boasts a slight pop-country vibe that will appeal to a wide range of listeners.  Its lyrical theme is just as certain to be far-reaching in its appeal, as is evidenced through Teator’s explanation of said theme.

“‘Surrender’ is about lust and curiosity,” Teator said.  “It talks about the primal want you get when someone comes into your life and they leave you wanting MORE.  It’s more than just, ‘I’m attracted to you.’  It was this powerful gut feeling that took over my body, creating thoughts of what it could be like with this person.  I think we are quick to disregard those moments and immediately feel “dirty” or “wrong” for thinking those thoughts.  I’m saying, ’embrace it.’  We are only human.  The possibilities are endless, ya’ll.”

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More information on ‘Surrender’ is available online now along with all of Jenny Teator’s news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.jennyteator.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jennyteator

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jennyteator

 

To keep up with the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews, go online to http://www.facebook.com/philspicks and “Like” it.  Fans can always keep up with the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews in the Phil’s Picks blog at https://philspicks.wordpress.com.