NEW SONG PREVIEWS FULL LENGTH DEBUT FROM SIRIUSXM’S THE HIGHWAY “HIGHWAY FIND” DUE LATER THIS YEAR
“25 To Life” Single Art | Courtesy of Big Loud Records
NASHVILLE, TENN. – Big Loud Records’ burgeoning upstart Griffen Palmer returns this week with his second all-time release, a pop-infused love confessional called “25 To Life,” out now.
Guilty as charged, the new song – co-penned by Palmer with GRAMMY-nominated partner in crime Geoff Warburton and produced by studio ace Joey Moi – sees Palmer smitten, charming his way through a lifelong sentence opposite a once-in-a-lifetime love.
I’ve been on the run from New York to Texas
But you had me locked down from the first very first sentence
I’ll turn myself in tattoo it on my arm
You’re the prettiest thing that I’ve seen behind a bar
Don’t have to ask me twice to get me confessing
I’m guilty of stealing a little slice of heaven
I’ll do every bit of time ’til my last breath is through
‘Cause if loving you’s a crime, give me twenty five to life with you
“I’ve been waiting to share this song for a long time,” shares Palmer. “Since we first wrote it, ’25 to Life’ has felt like an anchor point as we worked on the album that I’m really excited to share with you soon. I can’t wait to hear what you think.”
Listen to “25 To Life” HERE.
The hopelessly romantic track is accompanied by an official music video that’s out now, bringing to life the all-in devotion that Palmer sings about. Watch HERE.
Arriving hot on the heels of debut single “Second Guessing” which he recently performed on ABC’s The Bachelor, “25 To Life” continues previewing what is to come on Palmer’s debut album due later this year.
On the road now with labelmate Lily Rose supporting her 2023 headline tour, the buzzy singer/songwriter delivers a set where his “knack for songwriting is obvious, and he has the vocals to back it up” (Country Swag).
The SiriusXM The Highway “Highway Find” isn’t slowing down anytime soon, also adding a performance at April’s wine country bash, Live in the Vineyard Goes Country, to his spring schedule.