|NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After quickly gaining momentum with her debut release Hell Raiser, kick-ass rising artist Tera Lynne Fister releases Scars, one of her most lyrically written songs off her upcoming album. Scars is currently available on all digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, and more. Written by Fister and co-producer/songwriter Christopher Griffiths, this song is the perfect blend of country and rock rolled into one. “It’s one of my favorites to play live. It’s a headbanger for sure with a wail every now and then,” says Fister in describing the song. |
As we are learning to adapt to a new way of living due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some people are vulnerable to large changes in the world. We are dealing with emotional distress during this time and great societal upheaval might bear the scars of those changes for years to come. The twists and turns of life are natural, but there’s no denying everyone has scars – whether they are physical, in our heart, mind, or soul. “Scars have a history and a story behind them,” says Fister. “This journey we are on can teach us something, just like our scars. They make us think about our life and how we can use the scars we have to teach others. Very rarely do we actually get to pick our scars – something I learned amongst doing some introspection of my own scars for the purpose of creating this song. I hope you love it! And I hope you’ve come to love and appreciate every scar on you, too.”
With her bright pink hair bouncing around on stage, her sassy banter distressed yet powerful vocals and edgy guitar licks, this tatted artist is well on her way to showcasing her “psychedelic honky-tonk sass,” style. With describing her sound as “sassy, honest, raw, and healing,” Fister is showcasing this to the world. While she is currently off the road, like all artists are right now, she has been interacting with her fans on a regular basis across her social media platforms. Whether she is performing her own Facebook Live shows or joining in on other pages or even doing Instagram takeovers, there is still something about being on that stage and seeing her fans one on one that she misses. “There’s nothing like getting out there on stage and interacting with these fans. Yes, we can do some of that on social media, but it’s not the same. I’m ready to get back out there.” She is gearing up to hopefully get back out on the road later this year which includes a ten-day festival, BadenfHart, in Switzerland this August.
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