Riley Clemmons Releases New Album 'Godsend'

Jun 06 2021

Today, multi-talented Nashville-based recording artist Riley Clemmons releases her much-anticipated sophomore album, Godsend. Drawing inspiration from pop, rock, soul, and gospel, the 12-track collection demonstrates Riley’s skyscraping vocal abilities, songwriting prowess, and creative skill that makes her one of the top young artists today. Her authentic and heartfelt lyrics speak to life’s challenges in a way that is accessible and relatable to the masses. The album’s current single, “Keep On Hoping,” has garnered over 5 million streams across digital platforms in its first 8 weeks, and breaking Top 20 on the Billboard and radio Airplay charts. The spirited and uplifting anthem has become her fastest growing single thus far. Godsend is now available.


“I am truly so excited to finally share Godsend with you, it is absolutely surreal that the day has finally come!” shares Riley, “My goal has always been to create something authentic and honest, drawing inspiration from the deepest corners of my experiences. I sincerely hope that listeners are able to find themselves and their stories within these songs and connect with the music in a way that makes them feel seen.”

To kick off release week, Spotify honored Riley with their billboard in her hometown of Nashville and she teamed up with SiriusXM for an exclusive four-song premiere of tracks from Godsend. Riley has also released the official lyric video for her latest single “Headspace.” The upbeat song serves as a reminder to not allow negative thoughts and influences take up space in your head when they are no longer serving you. Riley has released a limited number of signed CDs and a collectible CD with an alternative cover exclusive to her webstore.

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