Peyton Gilliland shares a triumphant new dark pop/rock single. Called "Funeral", the song follows last year's releases of singles "Cookie Jar" and "Devil's Daughter".
"Funeral" is all about saying goodbye to an old self as well as coming of age to a more confident and authentic truth inside. Lyrics including "Under the dirt / All my bad decisions / I'm wearing black / For the girl we used to know," show that Peyton is ready to bury her past mistakes, start fresh and move on from the girl she used to be. Sonically, "Funeral" features pitch black synths, colliding guitars and a soaring rock chorus full of fervor. Peyton Gilliland's heightened emotional vulnerability and vocal prowess enthralls with every note.
Peyton Gilliland is a young singer/songwriter who has caught the attention of some of the most acclaimed producers in music, including Lincoln Parish (Cage the Elephant), Brian Chirlo (Amy Winehouse, Paramore, Snoop Dog) and Mads (Imagine Dragons). The rising artist has also garnered esteem by being a finalist in The John Lennon International Songwriting Competition as well as the International Songwriting Competition. Check out her new single and add it to your favorite podcast.
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