Singer-songwriter Remy Reilly is thrilled to announce the release of her self-titled debut EP with a gathering from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday, March 23 at Modern Electric Sound Recorders. The party will feature intimate sets by three artists who’ve recorded at the studio, including Kirk Thurmond, Becky Middleton, Remy Reilly, and Medicine Man Revival. The event is all ages and interested parties can RSVP for free here on Do214. Austin Eastciders will provide cider for those 21 and up. Modern Electric Sound Recorders is located at 4141 Office Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75204.
“It was truly incredible to watch my first EP come to life,” said Reilly. “It’s even more special to share it with my fans.”
The artist’s second single “Rattlesnake” will be out on Friday, March 16 on iTunes and Spotify.
Remy Reilly is a singer and songwriter with a voice mature beyond her age and she also plays the drums and piano. Remy got her start performing all around DFW. Remy’s love for music began early on at the age of two with singing. By the time she was just five-years-old, she started writing her own music. Inspired by artists like
Ward, Norah Jones, and The Cure, this teenage powerhouse is a force to be reckoned with and a fresh new face in the Dallas music scene. A songwriter wise beyond her years, Remy’s new single tackles mature topics like bullying and self-love. “26” premiered on-air on 25 on KXT Radio’s “The Local Show” and quickly made it into rotation on the locally-syndicated NPR station. It can be currently heard on The Ticket’s local music show “The Local Ticket” and has already racked up 3,000 streams on Spotify.