This song will be released on streaming sites this 17th.Sept as the singer has asked her followers to mark the date.
Nashville, Tennessee Sep 14, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Jennifer Alvarado teases the release of a new song!
The popular country singer-songwriter has left fans excited as she teases the release of her new song “Filthy Water” so quickly off her last single “IDWYB”, which was also self-produced after recovering from COVID a few months back.
In a recent social media post, Jennifer announced that she’ll be releasing a new song this 17th September. While making the announcement of her upcoming song on Instagram, “Filthy Water”, Jennifer wrote, “Can I tell you a secret?” This just hints at the heartfelt layered self-revelations this artist is bound to share as she does with each new release.
Songwriting and singing from a tender age, and with an album of Christian music (2015’s -“Hello Life”) already under her belt, Jennifer Alvarado was named ‘One To Watch’ by the Nashville Songwriters Association off the back of her 2020 single “I Break Things”. Having been placed as a ‘World Songwriting Award Top 10 Nominee for Best Pop Song’, it is easy to see why with over 200K streams on Spotify, Jennifer Alvarado’s last single “Playing with Fire”, has already been voted to the Number 1 on Indie Star Radio’s ‘Top 21’.
Her sound is a mixture of country, pop, and blues that reflect an eclectic blend of influences from Allison, Shania, Taylor, maybe a little of the Meredith Brooks.
Mark this date on your calendar if you haven’t already- September 17th. “Filthy Water” will be available on all major digital streaming platforms.
For more info, visit https://www.jenniferalvarado.com/ and look out for updates on her Instagram @JenniferAlvaradomusic and @ guitardiva12 Twitter feed.
Jennifer Alvarado on Direct.me – https://direct.me/jenniferalvarado
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