Peytan Porter is gearing up for the release of her latest project, In My Head, on June 24.
Following the latest release of “First Stone” and the success of her debut track “Therapy,” which garnered over two million streams in just six months, Porter has released “Why We Broke Up,” available digitally now.
In My Head, co-produced by Greg Bates and Evan Cline, embraces the messy realities of life on tracks like “Champagne Problems.” Porter speaks the brutal truth to her own heart in “You Go Girl,” and finds her own value with the nurturing soul pop on “Someone’s Love Song.” The daydreamy “In My Head,” written just days before recording, was inspired by a tendency to imagine worst case scenarios and project them into reality.
“It’s a really fitting title because I realize how much of my life has been spent living in my head,” says Porter. “Growing up, Nashville was like a real-life Disney world to me and I pulled a lot of creative inspiration from Alice In Wonderland for the project. For me, life just isn’t as black and white as we’d like it to be and when I finally embraced that, I started painting it my own way…which is much lighter and more colorful and often rose-tinted. Like Alice, all of my biggest hopes, dreams, fears and rabbit hole ideas live right between my ears.”
She continues, “This project touches on the best and worst of all of those things and I’m so excited for people to go down the rabbit hole and see the wonderland that is In My Head.”
In My Head Track List:
1.) “Why We Broke Up” – Peytan Porter, Smith Ahnquist, Sam Bergeson
2.) “Champagne Problems” – Peytan Porter, Kenny Foster
3.) “First Stone” – Peytan Porter, Billy Montana
4.) “You Go Girl” – Peytan Porter, Madison Kozak, Jason Massey
5.) “Therapy” – Peytan Porter, Mackenzie Carpenter, Micah Carpenter, Jonathan Hutcherson
6.) “Someone’s Love Song” – Peytan Porter, Patrick Murphy, Lydia Vaughn
7.) “In My Head” – Peytan Porter, Greg Bates, Kat Higgins
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