Emerging Canadian country singer Parker Graye is capping her year off with today’s release, “Cowboys Go.”
Staying ever so true to her “saddie baddie” roots, Graye delivers another heart-tugging ballad that showcases her soft but strong, emotional vocals.
“If you enjoy being transported to a dreamy, western, sad girl world, this is definitely for you!” says Parker.
Pulling you into the story, she’s helped us to figure out that cowboys were OGs at ghosting. The draw of a cowboy with their charm and mystery will certainly get some hooked, knowing they’ll soon be gone.
Co-written with Nashville-based songwriters Bo Armstrong and Colton Venner, their writing session involved a lot of catchy hook ideas, but when they landed on this one, they knew they were making a great song.
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““Cowboys Go” really taps into my lack of optimism when it comes to a connection. My jaded, sad girl heart has been in love and let down many times and I often battle the push and pull of allowing myself to fall all the way in or not involving myself at all.”
Those of us who are cynical about love find comfort in a story like this. Embracing the good while it’s here, but always waiting for the worst – delivered in a heart-gripping, honest soulful track.
“I co-wrote this song with my two Nashville based friends, Bo Armstrong and Colton Venner. During the session we riffed off so many strong hook ideas but the moment we came onto this one, in a weird, magical way I knew this would be my next single.”
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In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.