NASHVILLE, Tenn –– Indie singer/songwriter and country recording artist, Emily Pyscher (pronounced Pie-shure) celebrates the release of her fifth studio recording, “Callin’ You Mine,”* OUT NOW. Penned by Pyscher and produced by Emmy-winner Ken Royster (Luke Combs/Cowboy Troy/Tom O’Connor), the track is available via all major digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/ Pandora/Spotify/Tidal).
The upbeat, better than fiction, fall-in-love true story boasts airy instrumentals to create an imagery of butterflies canvassing a wide-open field similar to those along the country roads of Emily’s Michigan hometown. Banjo floats above dancing acoustic guitar, while electric riffs build the notion of a young budding romance. Drawing from the textures of her favorite song crafters and musical influences (Bob Dylan, Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert), the dynamic ebb and flow between the verses and chorus is a signature to the storyteller’s unique vocal delivery and style.
“I wrote this song just after purchasing a sundress (in preparation for a date); the date landed us in a beautiful wildflower field where we danced and took Polaroid pictures,” said nineteen-year-old, Emily Pyscher. “The exhilaration of the whole dreamy experience is what spawned the idea behind the song. …And yes, there was a second date!”