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DEMOLITION MUSIC PUBLISHING’S ADAM SEARAN ADDS EIGHT ORIGINAL TRACKS FOR DELUXE VERSION OF SELF-TITLED ALBUM
Cumulus’ NASH Next Season One runner-up and powerful lyricist Adam Searan has penned an additional eight tracks that are included in the deluxe version of his self-titled album, available now for listeners on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
“I’m so excited to give listeners an even greater view of who I am as an artist through the release of the deluxe version of the album,” said Adam. “The new songs are some of my most meaningful lyrically and musically.”
The original new songs feature everything from upbeat, youthful party anthems (“Get A Little Crazy”), to heartfelt ballads that reflect the painful truths and wistful memories of a lost love (“Bumper Sticker”). The melodic and tonal diversity showcases Adam’s versatility as an authentic storyteller, who speaks from the heart about his experiences to resonate with listeners at every walk of life.
The tattooed tunesmith’s vocal ability, which sets him apart in Music City, is on full display in the extended album, with tracks like “Emotional High” highlighting Adam’s remarkable falsetto, and “Airwaves” featuring his clear and breezy tone that has become a declarative mark of his work.“Adam, with his distinctive look, style and sound, has created a brand that is unique in contemporary country music,” says Jon D’Agostino, co-writer and President of Demolition Music Publishing. Co-publisher, Abbe Nameche adds, “With his passionate lyrics and original melodies, he puts his signature on every song.”
The deluxe version of the project also boasts five fan favorites previously released, including acclaimed hit single “Last,” for which he grabbed the top prize in the 2015 Billboard Unsigned Only Music Competition and the Grand Prize in the Country category of the John Lennon International Songwriting Contest. The powerful tune caught the attention of Music Row journalist Robert K. Oermann, who stated, “This Nashvillian won the John Lennon International Songwriting Contest’s grand prize in the country division with this ringing, stirring, upbeat anthem about questing for answers in an uncertain world. I can certainly hear why. It is immensely melodic and effortlessly hooky. The bonuses are that he sings it like a bird, and the production is a mini masterpiece. Essential listening.”
Country Weekly published the following review of Adam’s performance at the NASH Next season finale, “Void of bells, whistles and other production razzle-dazzle, Adam is compelling, drawing the audience in with his vocals that are as authentic and sincere as his lyrics.”
Adam reached audiences worldwide when his songs were featured on television programs likeCold Case, Miami Ink, All My Children, One Life to Live and American Weed. This Nashville native has been profiled on/in the following: CMA Close Up, Country Weekly, Nashville Scene,Nashville Music Guide, Country Music Tattle Tale, The Daily Country, WGGC (Bowling Green, KY), WBKO – ABC TV (Bowling Green, KY), WNKY-NBC TV (Bowling Green, KY), WMGQ (Somerset, NJ), K-BULL 93 (Salt Lake City, UT), WKHX (Atlanta, GA) & WHIS (Bluefield, WV).
About Adam Searan
At age 11, Adam began experimenting musically with simple songs that were rooted in his faith and helped him overcome great challenges. Inspired by the sounds of the hit British rock band Oasis and fueled by a vast variety of other contemporary story-telling artists such as John Prine, David Gray, the Counting Crows, Keith Urban and others, Adam has grown into a solid musician and reflective songwriter. Fresh new melodic direction and the avoidance of clichés are just two of his greatest strengths as a writer.
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