Lauren Davidson Learns Life’s Not Always Fair In New Single “Pouring Rain” – Listen

Country Music Association (CMA) Country pop artist, Lauren Davidson, announces the release of her new single, “Pouring Rain.” Davidson has been promoting her music at radio stations on the east coast and playing shows around New Jersey/New York where she resides.

“Pouring Rain” isn’t your typical pop/country song, as it perfectly blends “catchy” with “calmness”. Davidson says of the song: “I had been spending a lot of time between shows writing but was waiting for a release until something felt right. My fans have really responded to this song each time I played it live at a show. Sometimes I’m hesitant to play a ballad but some of my favorite songs are ballads, they’re timeless. Like Elton John said it’s easy to write a sad song, this song just sort of poured out – no pun intended… well pun intended”


Well I’ve learned, life’s not a bed of roses / yeah I’ve learned, life’s not always fair

I’ve been walking in the pouring rain / trying to wash away this aching pain / walking in the pouring rain / lost in time

I’ve been walking in the pouring rain / and the heartaches slowly fades away / walking in the pouring rain / clearing my mind.

You’ll find yourself listening to “Pouring Rain” on repeat and not wanting to change the station! Take a listen below!


The song was co-produced by Grammy Award winner Bart Migal (Bjork) and Cristian Camilo Castro (Musical Director, Guitarist, and co-writer with Davidson).  Migal also mixed the track and it was mastered by David Browning (Katy Perry). Davidson has received praise from Audio Fuzz, who stated, “Davidson brings about the same attitude as an early Patsy Cline or Linda Ronstadt; that ‘I can do this myself’ attitude.”
The single was written as a collaboration with Lauren’s father Danny Davidson.  Her singer-songwriter father had previously opened for Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser, and the two collaborate often including her last single “I’ll Drink To That” which was released last July. This single was named Top 5 Female Country songs of 2017 by Digital Journal who said “Rising Country Songstress Lauren Davidson shows her sassy side and some attitude on the spitfire  “I’ll Drink to That” which is infectious and fun”.  This song showcases a new layer of Davidson as an artist and songwriter after her critically acclaimed debut EP, Hear Me.  Davidson’s music pulls from the pop singer-songwriter genre, while also incorporating elements of contemporary country, citing influences such as Little Big Town and Maren Morris.  Davidson often travels to Nashville to write and perform.
The country singer gives fans everything she’s got when playing numerous venues around the country.  Lauren has opened shows for some of today’s biggest country stars including Old Dominion, Justin Moore, Locash and more.  She was named Nash FM 94.7 Nash Next Top 10 finalist this past year. You can find Lauren Davidson’s songs on all major digital music outlets.
Keep your eye on Lauren Davidson as she gears up to perform with Maddie and Tae at iPlay America on July 28th and the legendary Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Raceway Park with Thunder 106.3.

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