Country is one of those genres with a truly classic and unmistakable sound, although over recent years, it’s taken on lots of different forms, with interpretations in the hip-hop, EDM and pop music world. However, sometimes you just can’t beat the real thing and that’s exactly what Montana’s Amanda Stewart delivers on her good times single ‘Roots’.
It’s an unabashed, boot-slapping celebration of the singer-songwriter’s family and all the values that they instilled into her, something which she found she shared with co-writer Kyshona Armstrong. While listening to ‘Roots’ you’ll find yourself clapping your hands and stamping your feet to the insatiable, upbeat rhythm which rides behind driving americana guitar strings.
If ‘Roots’ is your kind of track, then be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for Amanda Stewart’s upcoming album, Miss America Lie.
“When sitting down to write “Roots”, Kyshona Armstrong and I both found we had something in common—a deep rooted connection to our families. We both love our families more than anything, and we also both realized how much we had in common with them—the good and the not so good.
‘Roots’ is about realizing that the apple doesn’t always fall far from the tree. You can try to branch out, but the truth is, we will always be rooted in family. I am so proud of my family, and what they’ve overcome. I love them, and am happy to see my Roots grow.”
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