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If seeing is believing, then hearing is just further confirmation of what your other senses already know to be true. This same sense-fulfilling maxim can be applied to Nashville-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Erin Gibney’s new four-song Rose Colored Glasses EP, which is set for release on all major digital formats via Rock Ridge Music in the summer of 2021. Produced by Marshall Altman (Amy Grant, Eric Paslay, Frankie Ballard) at The Galt Line in Gibney’s homebase of Nashville, Rose Colored Glasses is the next creative and collaborative step for the rising 21-year-old pop-country artist.
Making up the four-song EP are: lead single “Easy Like That,” written solely by Gibney herself; the wistful, wishful second single, “Single at the Same Time” (written by Josh Kerr, Lauren Alaina, and Hannah Ellis); the not-so-innocent “Naïve” (penned by Jennifer Denmark, Kelsea Ballerini, Nicolle Galyon, and Jimmy Robbins); and the ever-hopeful “That’s What I’m Looking For” (written by Taylor Acorn, Kyle Fishman, and Justin Wilson). Over the course of these ante-upping tracks, Rose Colored Glasses delivers on the pop-country promise Gibney displayed with earlier self-penned singles like “Bold,” “Try,” and “Boys Think” — all of which keenly reflect the wise-beyond-her-years insight of this self-professed “ancient soul” storyteller.