Drew Haley has released the first song “High In Denver” off of her upcoming EP. You can check it out HERE. The story of the song is all about being spontaneous as the opening line is “what’d you say we do something crazy because baby life has been so damn hard”. This song has more of an indie feel to it, which is a different direction from her last EP “Wildflower” which took on more of an Americana and Traditional Country sound. Haley has a voice similar to Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town as she has mastered the control of her runs all while still maintaining a light rasp with grit.
The song, written by Haley and produced by David Spencer (Carly Simon and Mickey Guyton) and Scotty Murray, is a great road tripping-free spirited song, especially when the lyrics at the end of the chorus state “Baby pack your bags, we’re gonna go everywhere”. Haley says that the upcoming EP is “100% honest, raw and created based on some of my personal experiences of being a mom and the highs and lows that go along with this crazy, messy, beautiful, ever-changing thing we call life.” Stay tuned for the full EP coming later this year!
In addition to her solo music career, Drew Haley is also a member of the country band Highway Women. Haley, along with 5 other females, L-R Jenane, Jess Paige, Bailey James, Gabrielle Vaughn, Kristen Kae, make up the group and are a “music band like no other bringing a musical movement to support other women in country music and beyond.”
You can find her new song “High In Denver” across all streaming platforms and on her website here.