Hayley Reardon’s “Forgiveness” Demands Accountability From All

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Amidst a slew of European tour dates, Hayley Reardon is announcing the release of her new single and video “Forgiveness”. Exclusively premiering in Atwood Magazine, “Forgiveness” was described as “a haunting, raw reflection on the planet, women, and female force… a stirring and beautiful outpouring of deep emotion.” The emerging indie-folk artist says, “’Forgiveness’ is a song about demanding some sense of accountability for the way we treat people and the planet. I wrote it thinking about “Mother Earth” as the original mother — the mother of all mothers — and how in many ways she bears the greatest burden of all.” The single comes after the September release of “Everything Else”. 


Hayley is an emerging indie-folk singer-songwriter who has travelled the globe with intimate performances of her music. Her raw artistry boasts a lyrical and melodic weight far beyond her years, and her music has been described as “brilliantly moving folk/pop with a lyrical depth and soul” (Performer Magazine) and “a melancholy little masterpiece” (American Songwriter Magazine). After officially showcasing at last year’s International Folk Alliance Festival, Reardon released her album Where I Know You that illustrated her understated depth and wisdom far more in common with the likes of Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, and Tracy Chapman than many of today’s young pop singer/songwriters. Through her soft guitar picking and distinctively rich voice, Reardon eloquently recalls the folk tradition of yesterday with an unmistakably modern acoustic sound that fans have come to adore around the world. Hayley is currently on tour in Europe through the end of October.


“Forgiveness” is available for streaming or download on all major platforms.



For More Information, visit www.hayleyreardon.com

Contact: Dawn Jones, Pressed PR


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