Canadian country artist Alexis Taylor’s latest single “Cool With That” is the Summer song we all need right now. It’s a song that you’re going to want to save to your summer playlists.
“Cool With That” is a fun song that’s perfect to play in any summer activity … a BBQ, a bonfire, or even just sitting on the front porch.
It’s a song that shows the playful side of Alexis’ songwriting and vocal talent.
It’s a song about a new relationship … that time in a relationship when you can’t get enough of each other. “It’s a fun, flirty tune about that ‘puppy love’ stage of a relationship,” Alexis Taylor details. “It’s about that stage where you just can’t get enough of each other.”
The music video for “Cool With That” is going to leave you with a smile on your face. It’s a playful interpretation of the lyrics and stars Alexis and her handsome dog as her co-star … the dog adds an extra dose of cute to the music video.
Alexis wanted to make sure that the video reflected who she is when she is not on the road and on stage. “A lot of the scenes from ‘Cool With That’ were filmed in my hometown,” says Alexis “so it was nice to be able to include where I grew up in my music video. Where I’m from is a big part of who I am, and has made me the person I am today!”
Catch the music video for “Cool With That” and stream the single on Apple Music and Spotify.
Watch Alexis Taylor’s “Cool With That” Music Video
Stream “Cool With That” On Apple Music and Spotify
About Alexis Taylor
From the small northern town of Huntsville, ON … Alexis Taylor has wasted no time executing on her passion of music. She has been busy ever since first stepping onto the scene in 2016. She has racked up over 200,000+ streams across all platforms, played Canadian Music Week, CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee, and opened for the likes of Marshall Tucker Band, Love and Theft, Meghan Patrick, Doug Seegers across his Scandinavian tour, and more.
In 2018, Alexis won ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the Tennessee Music Awards, and has been nominated for ‘Modern Country Vocalist of the Year’ at the 2020 Josie Music Awards this September.