(Nashville, Tenn. – September 7, 2018) – Following the release of her debut single, “Little By Little,” Country singer-songwriter Kelsey Lamb is back with the release of her new track “Only For The Summer.” This song breaks new territory for Lamb and illustrates the bittersweet story of a temporary summer romance. Listen to “Only For The Summer”here.
“Only For The Summer,” produced by Bill McDermott, was written by Lamb along with Jean Nolan and Taylor Goyette and recorded at Omni Studios in Nashville, TN. With lyrics that reference waves, blue skies and tan lines “Only For The Summer” is saying ‘goodbye’ to summer and ‘hello’ to fall.
After the success of her debut single “Little By Little” and traveling the country on a radio tour, Lamb wanted to release a follow-up track to transition into cooler weather and show a more emotional side to her music vocally and lyrically.
“I never thought I was going to release this song, but I knew it was special when I wrote it. I was listening to my old demos one day on the road and ‘Only For The Summer’ really hit me emotionally. I decided this song needed to be heard and thought fall was the perfect time to release it. This song takes me back to my roots and the sound I grew up on with an intimate Country storyline and melody,”Says Lamb.
Recently playing Whiskey Jam at Winners Bar & Grill, Lamb has several other upcoming dates in Nashville, TN including:
Saturday, Sept. 8th, 2018 – at The Listening Room (Nashville, TN)
Friday, Sept. 21st, 2018 – Rounds for the Row at Bobby’s Idle Hour (Nashville, TN)
Saturday, Sept. 22nd, 2018 – at George Jones Rooftop Bar (Nashville, TN)
Tuesday, Sept. 25th, 2018 – Revival 615 at Tin Roof (Nashville, TN)
“Only For The Summer” is now available through all streaming platforms and digital retailers. For more information on Kelsey Lamb visit her website and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
About Kelsey Lamb: With poignant lyrics, enchanting melodies and sunny southern charm, newcomer Kelsey Lamb is undoubtedly a star-in-the-making. The young Little Rock, Arkansas-native has already made a name for herself in the Music Row community as a powerhouse vocalist. With a voice as rich as it is tender, Lamb has earned comparisons to the likes of Alison Krauss and Miranda Lambert while her songwriting abilities speak to fans of Taylor Swift and Kelsea Ballerini. In fact, the rising young star’s song-crafting prowess landed her song “Warning Sign” in the Lifetime Original Movie, “Bad Stepmother,” earlier this year, a film in which she also starred. The multi-talented Lamb has appeared in multiple movies including Hallmark’s “Christmas in Homestead” and “Traces.” Lamb has performed at venues large and small, both as a headliner and opener, including as part of Kenny Rogers’ The Toy Shoppe Tour (2015).