Seattle's rising alternative pop starlet Amanda Markley recently dropped her latest self-titled EP on May 6th! The recent release included an emotional, stripped-down version of her former hit track "Cold."
Check it out below!
The hauntingly beautiful piano version, "Cold (Revisited)" highlights the delicate tone of Markley's voice with it's gut wrenching emotional lyrics, which take the listener on a journey through the feeling of loss. The video was directed by Jared Hole and filmed by Noah Martin. Amanda Markley had this to say about the video, "I wanted to record a version of "Cold" that would capture the raw emotion I was feeling and portray that to the listener."
Amanda Markley has been collaborating with a slew of Washington-based artists on her latest self-titled EP, released May 2016.
The first single, "Jealousy" was released in 2015, sending all proceeds of single downloads to the charitable cause of rescuing homeless animals and finding them homes. The EP features five tracks by the singer/songwriter, including the dance-pop track, "Monster," a stripped down piano version of her hit "Cold," and a brand new track titled "Fire."
Immediately following the release, Markley headed to Nashville to record a set of new tracks with notable singer/songwriter/producer Will Pugh (Cartel), which will be released later this year
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