TIGER BEAT PREMIERES 16-YEAR-OLD POWERHOUSE PEYTON GILLILAND’S NEW SINGLE “CRY”

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 30, 2019) – Young up-and-comer Peyton Gilliland released her latest single “Cry,” available for purchase and streaming today. The track premiered with Tiger Beat, who pegged it “a powerful breakup anthem.” “Cry,” along with all of Gilliland’s music for her upcoming EP, was mastered by GRAMMY-award winning engineer, mixer and producer Ryan Hewitt (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blink-182, Dixie Chicks, The Lumineers).

Earlier this summer, Gilliland released honest and raw single “Drag Me Under,” a song about overcoming a no-good relationship and, in the end, recognizing your worth. The Alabama native has an innate talent and maturity beyond her years – two qualities that caught the attention of former Cage The Elephant founding member, Lincoln Parish, who has taken Gilliland on as his child prodigy, mentoring her and producing her music.

“Peyton’s got an incredible natural talent and is already well beyond her years in maturity when it comes to her music” says Lincoln. “Having been in the industry from a young age, I feel like I can relate to what’s going through Peyton’s mind on the other side of the glass and push her to her limit, hopefully getting the best out of her. I’m excited to see what doors this music opens up for Peyton.”

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