Emerging singer-songwriter and Nashville-native, Savannah Conley, has released her new EP Twenty-Twenty via Elektra Records/Low Country Sound. Twenty-Twenty was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Anderson East) and is Conley’s first release in partnership with Cobb’s Low Country Sound imprint at Elektra Records. Twenty-Twenty features three standout new songs by Conley including “All I Wanted,” “Same Old Eyes,” and “Never Be Ourselves.”
Dave Cobb said, “She really reminds me of a southern Mazzy Star and I was blown away with her lyrics.”
The daughter of a hardworking background singer and an accomplished studio and touring guitarist, Conley grew up surrounded by countless spins of records in a genre-less household. Conley began songwriting herself at age eleven and by 2016 she was awarded the John Lennon Songwriter’s award. Last year, Savannah released her debut EP 18th and Portland which received widespread notice.