POWER VOCALIST LIV WARFIELD TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE TITLED “LOOK AT ME” ON OCTOBER 22
New York, NY (September 24, 2019)–Liv Warfield will release her new single titled “Look At Me,” on Tuesday, October 22, digitally via iTunes, Amazon and all digital retailers. Pre-orders are available on September 27.
“Look At Me,” written by Liv Warfield and produced by Joon Moon, shows Liv’s musical diversity with her upbeat pop rock tune, following the recent release of her power ballad titled “Mantra”. When Liv first met producers Joon Moon, she instantly fell in love with their sound, and wanted to do something fun to showcase a side that many experience at her live shows. The Liv Warfield / Joon Moon collaboration for “Look At Me” was the starting point. The song, along with “Mantra,” will be featured in her new forthcoming album that will be available in 2020.
Says Liv, “I wanted to collaborate with these incredible producers, Joon Moon. I told them I didn’t want to be so serious…we have time for that later. I want to move and let loose with some of that retro rock n roll!”
Warfield’s style has been described as “alternative soul with a ‘lil bit of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” In 2014, Liv released her sophomore album, Co-Executive Produced by Prince, titled “The Unexpected.”
Liv caught the eye of Prince in 2006 with her self-release of “Embrace Me,” and joined his group, the “New Power Generation (NPG).” For Warfield’s “The Unexpected” album, she received a 2014 Soul Train Music Award for “Best Contemporary Jazz Artist” with two additional Soul Train nominations (“Best New Artist” and “Best Independent R&B/Soul Performance”); and a BET “Best New Artist Award” nomination.
After Prince’s passing in 2016 (in which prior, the two were working on a new album for her), Warfield continued to play shows, perfecting her sound, and become a lifeline for both Warfield and her musical partner Ryan Waters. They began writing new music, and their creative energy caught the attention of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Nancy Wilson of Heart in 2017. Through Wilson’s urging, Warfield and Waters worked with Wilson to form the group, Roadcase Royale. Their lead single, “Get Loud,” was featured prominently in 2017’s Women’s March; and the band released their debut album, “First Things First,” later that year. Warfield and Waters spent the next year playing to sold-out arenas, opening for rock legend Bob Seger, and recorded a remake of the classic Heart song, “These Dreams,” which was featured in the biopic, “Molly’s Game.”
She also has collaborated with Cindy Lauper and Nancy Wilson of Heart; and opened for Lionel Richie at the Montreax Jazz Festival. That same year, Warfield’s performance, which closed out Essence Fest, was hailed as one of the most memorable after shows at the New Orleans House of Blues by fans and critics.
Information on her forthcoming new album for 2020 will be announced.
For more details on Liv, please check out: https://livwarfieldofficial.com/
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