Electric Republic shares new music from Carley Bearden “Lost in the Summer”

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October 11, 2021 (Atlanta, GA) – Dallas’ Dreamy Pop sensation, Carley Bearden releases love song, “Lost in the Summer.” Released on September 10, the single is available on all digital platforms.

“I’m happy to be a part of launching a career of an artist like Carley, not only because I feel she’s an extraordinary talent, but also I’m a fan of her music, from the moment I heard her song on her Instagram page, I knew I needed to work with her. I feel her sound is the next big sound, I look forward to this journey,” says Electric Republic Chancellor, Jacob York.

Carley has been writing since she was 15 and began learning Guitar and Piano by ear when she was younger. In a recent interview with Flaunt Magazine, Carley lists heavy influence from Stevie Nicks to multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana, to Mac Miller. “He changed my life, I wish I was able to tell him that in person,” Carley reminisced about Mac Miller in the interview. “That dude changed my life. When I’m stuck on writing music, I always write on Mac instrumentals. He had one saying: “nothing in my wallet, just a lot of dreamin’.”

A passionate LGBTQ+ advocate, Bearden told the Dallas Observer her Christian upbringing also played a big role in shaping who she is today. As a Christian and as a member of the LGBTQ community, she believes that God’s love is unconditional. “2020 is crazy, a lot of stuff has happened. A lot of things have awoken, that should’ve been many years ago. I’ma do my part for my community: stand up and not take…from anyone. Keep a smile on your face while you don’t take…, that’s what I live by,” Carley states.

At age 21, Carley also uses her voice and her platform to participate in conversations about mental health. She has a separate Instagram account, called @rosecoloredindividuality, where she records motivational videos for her followers.

For more information on Carley Bearden, click here.

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