Submitted by Record World Magazine
There’s a repeated lyric throughout Canadian country rocker Marshall Potts’ new single “Let It All Go” that reflects a heart-over-head life philosophy… That lyric is ‘climb aboard my heart’ and it’s fitting because Potts takes us on a journey of heart-centered discovery — both in terms of self and in terms of the human condition.
Check it out “Let It All Go” on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/v9lf6-dTOmI
A multi-layered mix of violin, banjo, and acoustic and electric guitar, “Let It All Go” – off Potts’ brand-new album The Storm, both available now – is a heady mix of country jangle and big, full-bodied pop production. Full of uplifting crescendos and fist-pumping choruses, it’s the kind of song that makes you want to roll down the windows and let the breeze blow through your hair. And once you get out of the car, you might even feel a catharsis.
“It’s about following your heart and not your head,” Potts reveals. “It’s about not staying where you are not welcome, and moving forward in search of a place that is welcoming. It’s about making difficult choices and having faith that, even when you love someone, you know if they don’t love you back that’s ok.”
“Let It All Go” is also a song about healing, and honoring your soul, all while showing care to others. “It’s about helping others to listen to their own heart and together finding that place we can call home,” Potts adds.
Marshall Potts is a singer/songwriter from Kamloops, BC, where he lives on 160 acres near what many, including the Dalai Lama, call the center of the universe. His crossover writing style has found acceptance in the Americana, country rock, and rock formats. Potts not only writes inspiring music and lyrics, but he also mixes in ringing, interwoven guitar lines, and buoyant arena-rock beats. Potts strives for powerful yet tender vocals that share both the experience of saving himself, as well as a message of universal positivity and optimism. His music is about moving beyond your past, taking back your power, embracing the moment, and living in the here and now.
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