Peyton Gilliland is advancing by leaps and bounds on her way to consolidate her musical project. The 19 year-old artist accumulates hundreds of thousands of listens on Spotify and two of her songs were named as finalists in the famed John Lennon International Songwriting Contest. Now, the pop-rock prodigy drops her new single and music video, Devil's Daughter, featuring Josh Nichols. A new track that promises to continue building her project in the industry. Because having a wealth of achievement already under her belt, a team of tried and true industry pros in her corner, and a new EP well on the way, Gilliland is set to keep on creating music that defies expectations.
“I think I see people for who they are, right from the first time I meet them,” she explains. “I usually know pretty early on if I want to get to know someone or to stay away,” adds the singer, who is now joining forces with Josh Nichols on her new release, Devil's Daughter. A single that comes along with a music video of just three minutes with which she allows us to learn a little more about her personal artistic universe, in which strength and empowerment are two fundamental pillars.

It is precisely the effectiveness of the messages that she sends that makes the young singer connect perfectly with the public, who has seen in this promise of music a raw talent yet to be exploited. She is currently in the process of mastering her EP with Grammy winners Brian Chirlo, (who produced for Amy Winehouse, Justin Bieber) Mads (Imagine Dragons) and mentor, founding member of Cage the Elephant, Lincoln Parish. Interesting synergies that we will soon be able to listen and that promise not to leave anyone indifferent.
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