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Camille Parker Latest Single Reminds Us That It Is Ok Not To Have It All Together


The CMT's 2022 Next Women of Country class showcases her songwriting chops in latest single "Spinning Out."




Fresh off her Grand Ole Opry debut, Camille Parker is ready to wear her heart on her sleeve. Known for his genre bending southern pop, the North Carolina native taps into the relatable narrative of seeming like you have it all together, while your mind may say otherwise.


Standing by her tagline "Yeehaw For All," Camille explores the intimate feeling of reeling with the fact that maybe you do not have it all figured out. The mid-tempo pop driven track offers up uplifting sonics and serves as a hug and reminder that we are all a little lost sometimes. Penned by Parker alongside Sara Bares and Reid, the song is a welcomed reminder that we are all in this together. Parker's emotive vocals, coupled with her storytelling skills, draw listeners into the bittersweet world dealing with inner chaos.




I was feeling a little overwhelmed and needed a song that made me feel ok about not having it all figured out yet so I wrote “Spinning Out.” If you're not having your best day I hope you can play this and dance the negativity away,” tells Camille in a press release.


The multi-hyphenate creator has also appeared at Bonnaroo (2023), CMA Fest (2022), and internationally at the Long Road Festival (2022). Parker's debut EP After the Whiskey, Pt.1, released in late October 2023, has amassed over 750k on-demand streams. Its focus track "Heartless" debuted on the Hot 100 charts on country radio in late January. The established talent with releasing her highly anticipated follow-up EP this Spring.


Serving as a beacon of hope, "Spinning Out" reminds us of the universal experiences of anxieties and the pursuit of happiness. If bringing people together is a superpower, then Camille Parker wields it.

 



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