NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Powerhouse songstress Sandra Lynn celebrated the release of her “Lose the War (Morgan Page Remix)” during a brunch at Nashville’s Suzy Wong’s House of Yum with a performance of the remix by acclaimed drag queen The Only Vanity.
thatDROP exclusively premiered a first listen to the dance track, where “The GRAMMY-nominated producer and DJ begins his splash of style with a misty introduction that eventually transitions into the poppy vocals of Lynn (thatDROP/Jacqueline Paat).” Page debuted the track on his SiriusXM show, “In The Air,” available on BPM, Channel 51. The remix is also featured on Spotify’s Pop-Co Playlist.
Lynn will appear on NASH-FM’s “The Ty Bentli Show” tomorrow morning to perform the “10 Minute Tune” and chat more about her new music. The collaboration with Page takes a spin on Lynn’s original version of “Lose the War,” produced by GRAMMY®-winning engineer and producer Ben Fowler and written by Emily Shackelton, Phil Barton and Cameron Jaymes.
“Lose the War,” continues the second chapter of a musical chronicle that Lynn kicked off with her Fight EP last year. The remix maintains the song’s narrative with Page explaining, “The original story holds true, it’s just dressed in a different jacket with a faster tempo and more emphasis on a 4/4 beat. The lyrics were universal enough that they carry-over to a dance track.”
“What I love about this remix is the fact that Morgan took two very different genres and seamlessly blended them into something that transcends both. I love how he features some of the country instrumental elements throughout like pedal steel, while also adding in several electronic elements that highlight his signature sound,” added Lynn.
ABOUT SANDRA LYNN:
Singer-songwriter Sandra Lynn has established herself as one of country music’s sweetest rising stars with a voice that reflects both her love for country music and her roots as a California girl. Sandra’s emotionally-charged single for her latest video, “Lose the War,” world premiered on CMT and Parade.com. “Lose the War” continues a narrative in Sandra Lynn’s music releases that reflects three chapters of a relationship. “Lose the War” and “Am I Just Dreaming” kick off the second chapter in the narrative Sandra tells through song.