Singer-songwriter Jacob Everett Wallace is releasing his newest single, “Wanderer,” on August 28. With a style reminiscent of the best acoustic folk writers, Wallace has captured numerous stories of his journey throughout his musical career, and this single is no different. “Wanderer, you don’t have a gypsy soul,” Wallace sings above a gripping guitar. “You might be lost now, but you have a home.”
Following his previous 2019 EP Arrows, this song continues Wallace’s narrative approach while introducing a profound new perspective. The singer-songwriter’s voice is deep and calming, yet it creates an invitation for listeners to be captivated by the flow of the music. Wallace wrote “Wanderer” a few years ago by a campfire in the woods of Oregon. He says the song has become more than simply music for him. “It’s a song that has been the anthem of my journey,” Wallace said. “It immediately became a cornerstone of my identity as a singer-songwriter, my setlists, and my shows.”
Jacob Everett Wallace is a burgeoning singer-songwriter from Texas. He sings stories and asks questions; those deeply intimate, somewhat scary questions best explored through song. Jacob’s dynamic acoustic-driven indie-rock style engages introspective thought. With a creative motto of “find your vulnerability,” Jacob’s candor and burning honesty paves the way to join him in his journey. After serving on staff as a worship pastor for churches in Dallas-Fort Worth, he now pastors as an international traveling minister with a heart for teaching and leading worship in the church and on the streets. He is currently spearheading establishing a house of prayer in central Oregon. Jacob is passionate about serving the community and partners with several national disaster response organizations, most recently as a first responder during Hurricane Harvey. Jacob’s creative projects are often fueled by his travels and experiences and enjoys honing his craft as a storyteller to convey his own heart and story.
Produced by Billy Smiley (Northern Shore Productions)
Mixed by Raymond Shelley (Sisters Sound Studio)
Mastered by Drew Lavyne (ALL Digital Mastering)
Recording at Dark Horse Recording & Sisters Sound Studio
Written by Jacob Everett Wallace
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