18 July 2014

New Yorks Rachel Lynn Releases Single Somehow Some Way

New York Rachel Lynn Single Somehow Some Way

New Yorks Rachel Lynn Releases Single Somehow Some Way

NYC-based pop crooner Rachel Lynn announces the follow up to her self-titled 2012 EP, To Street and Transfer, out this October. The new EP combines the vocal stylings and passionate lyricism of the young singer-songwriter, who recently participated in New York’s New Music Seminar and regularly performs throughout the city.

Lynn introduces the EP with the debut single “Somehow Some Way,” a soulful mix of pop and RandB colored by her fresh vibrant voice. With the line “it's like you needed me, then you defeated me. You have spoken for me, but have not broken me" closing the second verse, Lynn showcases not only her musical talent in this new track but also her strength as an individual.

Raised on 90s pop and Motown, Lynn is a cross between the heart of Adele and Jim Morrison, with the soul of Marc Broussard, the melodies of Ingrid Michaelson and gifted with the voice of Jessie J and Katie Thompson.  

A singer since elementary school, Rachel Lynn’s career has been shaped by her mother, whom Lynn lost at a young age. Beginning with her mother landing her an audition with the Peabody Children’s Choir, Lynn went on to perform in and conduct several other choral ensembles, in addition to private classical vocal training. Following her relocation to New York City, Lynn has performed at venues including Pianos, The Living Room, Arlene’s Grocery, Trash Bar and Rockwood Music Hall. Her sophomore EP To Street and Transfer is due October 2014.

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