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Listen! Tatum Lynn’s Gorgeous 'With Me' Is a Ray of Hope 

MARCH 5, 2021 – 12:58 PM 

 

Ready for something truly gorgeous? Tatum Lynn‘s “With Me” fits that bill to a T. Hot off her new album, Let Down Your Hair, which releases today, the track is a testament to the true star power of this supremely talented newcomer. The accompanying video has Lynn singing in a sea of faltering lights, intent at keeping them shining. It portrays a shared commitment to connecting with others in a time of darkness, and this lovely song is equally a ray of hope.

“The main message for ‘With Me’ is that there is help and there is hope,” Lynn shares. “So many people are suffering in our world and need a reminder that somebody really does see them and love them. I have lost friends to suicide and I view this song as something I wish I could have said to them. I’m hoping this song will help someone suffering and give them a voice.”

She continues, “The ‘darkness’ can be anything in ‘With Me’. When writing it, I viewed the darkness as depression, but I believe the listener can take this as anything they are struggling with mentally, emotionally or physically.”

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Tatum Lynn is not your typical “new artist.” With a chart-topping single already under her belt with her track “Later Baby XO,” which has enjoyed over 1 million views, Lynn is poised to become a breakout artist with her new album, Let Down Your Hair.

Work on the album Let Down Your Hair started in California, where Lynn, armed with her journal, began writing with A-Level talent. “I’ve been very comfortable writing with other people. We talk about what’s happening in our lives, ideas we want to touch on, and then we just go.” For the album, she collaborated with Lauren Christy (Avril Lavigne, Dua Lipa, Kelly Clarkson), who was part of the award-winning Matrix writing trio, celebrated writer/producer John Fields (P!nk, Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers) producer Joey Barba and Jon Levine (Meghan Trainor

While choosing songs, she knew the stakes were high and worked hard to make sure the songs were accessible, smart, fun and meaningful. “What I like to say about this album is that there’s a song on there for everyone. Whether it’s losing a friend, going through a breakup, trying to figure out where you stand, or even celebrating differences, you can come find a song for you.”

Let Down Your Hair releases March 5, 2021 – order here.