Singer/songwriter Heather Lynne Horton came to the realization long ago that writing from personal experience is important. Not only does it mean that songs will come together a bit quicker, but it also allows the listener to connect with the artist on a more personal level. Horton’s new album, Don’t Mess With Mrs. Murphy, is her first solo release in six years and from first note invites the listener to the realities of her life while also posing questions that incite them to consider their own existence.
Although Don’t Mess With Mrs. Murphy is set to be released later this summer, today we have the exclusive premiere of the newest single off the release, “Did You Feel That?” The track, which Horton says was written from the perspective of “that innate and primal, forbidden played-out fantasy of complete and mutual, unapologetic submission," can be streamed in the player above.
Creating music has always been instinctive for Horton. The Hawaiian born, Midwestern adopted and raised, self-taught multi-instrumentalist began performing music by the young age of four and was heavily inspired by the cultures that surrounded her. In no time, Horton was music-obsessed and began working on creating music that would appeal visually, lyrically, and musically to all demographics. Now, Horton is prepared to share her stories of struggles and triumphs through her newest release, Don’t Mess With Mrs. Murphy, which is the perfect introduction for new fans of the folk rock artist.
“Did You Feel That?” is off of Heather Lynne Horton’s sophomore album Don’t Mess With Mrs. Murphy, out July 7th. For more information, head on over to heatherhortonmusic.com.
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