Emerging singer-songwriter and Nashville-native Savannah Conley has released her new single, 'Never Want To Be In Love'.
Co-written by Andrew Petroff and the song's producer Gabe Simon, Conley emerges from the ashes of heartbreak on this track. The eurphoric, guitar-driven musicality is augmented by Savannah's undeniable calling card: her rich, crystalline voice, and her vulnerable, somber lyricism.
If you’ve ever wondered what the sonic lovechild of Oasis and Dolly Parton would sound like, look no further than Savannah Conley. Combining nostalgic musicality, unavoidable Southern charm, and a healthy dose of cross-genre inspiration, Conley has carved out a sound that feels both fresh and timeless.
Raised in Nashville by a background singer mother and session guitarist father, Savannah Conley’s musical education was deeply ingrained from a young age. Her childhood was soundtracked by countless spins of records, spanning genres and decades, unwittingly laying the foundation for her own artistic development. Drawing inspiration from the Southern whiskey-tinged sounds of her hometown, her parents’ eclectic record collection, and the emerging local indie-rock scene, eleven-year-old Savanah began her own foray into the world of songwriting. By nineteen she was taking home the John Lennon Songwriting award. Her debut EP 'Twenty Twenty' was producer by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb and released in 2018 to critical acclaim.
Savannah Conley has quickly become one of the most promising talents to rise from the local Nashville scene. Now 23, Savannah Conley is truly coming into her own, in both her life and music.