Karley Scott Collins Perfectly Depicts
Infatuation with New Song “Brain on Love”
Sony Music Nashville artist Karley Scott Collins shares the next piece of her artistry with “Brain On Love”. A bluesy, moody vocal laced over shimmering electric guitar riffs, “Brain on Love” creates a juxtaposition that goes hand in hand with the elements of a true fixation during a new relationship. Whether it’s healthy or not – the dependency and cravings for most are real. The emotive and vintage track was written by Collins with Summer Overstreet, Cameron Bartolini, and Liam Kevany and produced by Dann Huff.
“I got the idea for this song after reading an article about how scientists had proven that the chemical reactions your brain has when you’re falling in love are virtually identical to the ones people have on drugs,” shares Collins about the song’s inspiration. “Being in love completely rewires your brain to the point where everything reminds you of that person and it’s all you can think about. It keeps you up at night, you can’t eat, all you wanna do is see that person again. We had a lot of fun writing this one. I love the colorful imagery and the rock edge this song has.”
Collins also announces her major label debut project, Hands On The Wheel, which will be out everywhere on Friday, May 5. Backed by Sony Music Nashville, CAA and Warner Chappell Music – Collins is prepared to share her heart, her unique talent and five songs that she knows her growing fanbase will adore. Already hailed “a star in the making” by Country Swag, this 23-year-old channels a unique vintage vibe while engaging a fresh, younger fanbase.
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