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New Music Friday – Crimson Calamity Release “Sowyn Song”

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Nashville-based duo Crimson Calamity has released their latest single titled “Sowyn Song”.

The duo, comprised of Mallory Trunnell and Lauren Harding, have been telling their stories together since 2014. Both performers and songwriters, together they create rootsy Americana tracks reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac, The Civil Wars, and classic country influences. With the release of their new single “Sowyn Song,” they bring together the best of their talents for a moving and inspiring piece of music.

Written by Trunnell and songwriter/producer Kris Bradley on the shores of Lake Michigan, “Sowyn Song” encapsulates the feeling of falling apart after losing the one you love. The simplistic acoustic guitar and gently swaying chord progression highlights the vulnerability reflected in the vocals. From Harding’s rich, earthy pain to Trunnell’s bittersweet soprano, they build a web of heartache that swims between both pain and hope. As they sing, “meant to be is sometimes short and sweet / so as the air grows cold and you turn gold / I’ll set you free,” they shake off the death of the relationship if only to allow new love to bloom.

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