heart theory Lindsay Ell
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- 1Hits me03:29
- 2how good02:42
- 3i don't lovE you03:34
- 4wAnt me back03:13
- 5get oveR you03:04
- 6wrong girl02:36
- 7body language of a breakup03:42
- 8good on you03:17
- 9The oTHEr side03:09
- 10gO to03:18
- 11make you04:18
- 12ReadY to love03:15
Info for heart theory
Three years since her debut album, chart topping musician, vocalist and songwriter Lindsay Ell’s highly-anticipated sophomore album heart theory is set to arrive this Friday, August 14. The music has already received widespread acclaim from critics and fans alike. Ell currently covers the August issue of American Songwriter, who hails heart theory a “career-altering, masterpiece of an album.” Pre-order the album HERE.
Beginning 11pm CT on August 13, Ell will go live on her Instagram for 24 hours through release day. The livestream will include special guests, performances, and more surprises in a global celebration of the release of heart theory with fans all around the world.
The current ACM New Female Artist of the Year nominee will perform the record’s hit single “wAnt me back” on the TODAY show on August 17 during the 10am hour from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. The track was #1 most-added at Country radio in its debut week and continues to climb.
Ell is additionally nominated for Music Event of the Year at the upcoming 55th ACM Awards for “What Happens In A Small Town” with Brantley Gilbert – for which she garnered her first No. 1 at U.S. Country radio. With her fellow New Female & New Male Artists nominees, she appears on the special August 13 release of “On The Road Again (ACM Lifting Lives® Edition)” alongside the legendary Willie Nelson, with downloads of the song benefitting ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund. Ell will also appear on “ACM Wine Down Wednesday” on August 19 and “The ACM Weekly” on August 25. Both series can be accessed through ACM®: The Hub, now LIVE at TheHub.ACMcountry.com.
heart theory is a concept album comprised of 12 tracks that explore each stage of grief: shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing, and acceptance. Ell co-wrote 11 of the songs, enlisting help from acclaimed writers & artists including Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and Brandy Clark among others on the project. heart theory was completed by Ell and legendary producer Dann Huff from a distance and two different locations during the early stages of quarantine.
iHeart Radio proclaims Ell’s “confidence is contagious” in lead single “wAnt me back” – which she co-wrote with award-winning country star Kane Brown (his first outside cut as a writer) along with acclaimed writers Matt McGinn and Lindsay Rimes.
On the deeply revelatory “make you” – released on July 7, Global Forgiveness Day – PEOPLE proclaims the song “a symbol of the strength.” The track, co-written by Ell with GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Brandy Clark, marks the first time Ell publicly addresses being a survivor of sexual violence and appears as the first song in the acceptance stage of heart theory, a reflection of Ell’s determination to use her platform to help other sexual trauma survivors.
“If theory is the science of music, heart theory is the science of a heart,” Ell says of the record. “I hope this roadmap can be a comfort if you need it, reassurance when you need to remember to believe in yourself or maybe just a glimpse into a memory that’s made you who you are.”
Lindsay Ell, vocals
Canadian country singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist Lindsay Ell was born in Calgary, Alberta on March 20, 1989. Music was it for her from the beginning, and she started playing piano at the age of six, switched to guitar at eight, and by ten she was writing songs and perfecting her guitar skills at bluegrass camps, soaking up all the country music she could. By the time she met Randy Bachman when she was 13 years old, Ell had developed into a dynamite electric guitar player with a sweet and easy country-pop vocal style, a female counterpart to guitar-slinging country artists like Keith Urban and Brad Paisley. Bachman became her mentor, introducing her to the work of various jazz and blues guitar players, and Ell fell in love with the blues, studying it along with music by the best rock guitarists, from Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Derek Trucks. Soon she was sharing stages with the likes of Buddy Guy and others, always bringing her own vibrant mix of country and gritty electric guitar. Bachman produced her first album, Consider This, which was released on Bachman‘s own Ranbach Music label in 2006. Her second release, 2009’s Alone, had a more acoustic veneer. Signing with Stoney Creek Records, she released the infectious country single “Trippin’ on Us” in the fall of 2013. Two more singles — “Pickup Truck” and “Shut Me Up” — followed in 2014, both of them reaching the Top 20. Another single, “By the Way,” arrived in 2015, but 2016’s “All Alright” reached Canada’s Country Top Ten. Her debut EP, aptly titled Worth the Wait, arrived in the spring of 2017 and was followed later that summer by her first album, The Project.
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