Singer-Songwriter Kaylee Rutland is gearing up to release a catchy new single, titled “Kiss Me Like You Miss Me.” The
track is Rutland’s first release off her forthcoming EP, which is set
for release in 2020, and will be available through all streaming
platforms and digital retailers on Oct. 25. The
fun, upbeat song captures the urgency and impatience of two lovers
longing to be together, which resonates with Rutland as she currently
navigates a long-distance relationship.
Co-written withDanick Dupelle (Emerson Drive, Tebey) and Patricia Conroy (Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood) and produced by Brent Rader
(Dylan Scott), Rutland aimed to craft a song that painted the whirlwind
and passion of falling in love. The writers started with the title
“Kiss Me Like You Miss Me” and the remainder of the song developed from
there. “‘Kiss Me Like You Miss Me’ is a fun, flirty song about
falling head-first in love. It’s a song for long-distance lovers, sassy
girlfriends, friends you miss, or just driving down the highway. It was a
blast getting to create it with Danick and Patricia, and I am so
excited to finally get to share it with the world,” Rutland commented. Fans can expect to see a music video for the track in early 2020.
Me Like You Miss Me” is a characteristic sneak peek of the thoughtful
new tunes included on Rutland’s upcoming EP. Listeners should expect to
hear a collection of tracks that are complete with captivating lyrics
and represent a variety of life’s stages and milestones. Rutland
commented, “This song, as well as all of my upcoming music, continues
to feel more thought-through from a songwriting perspective. I’m really
excited about the melodies, the instrumentation in the production, and
just how we tried to craft creative lyrics during the writing process. I
feel more involved with all of the pieces of this project and am
excited to continue releasing music that feels like me.”
About Kaylee Rutland: Country songstress Kaylee Rutland has been named a Country Living Magazine “Artist to Watch,” a Billboard Magazine “Top 10 Artists to Watch,” and was a finalist in the inaugural Nash Next
competition, due in large part to her feverish social media following.
Additionally, she had the opportunity to tour alongside Warner Music
Nashville’s RaeLynn. Rutland’s previous EP, That Side Of Me focuses on the many different sides to Rutland’s music. Several tracks featured on the EP received significant airplay from Radio Disney Country.
Growing up in Texas, country music made a lasting impact on her style,
learning from the greats of Reba, Carrie Underwood, and Sara Evans. She
was eight when she first fell in love with singing, performing her first
solo for a Christmas musical at her church, and by her teens, she was
fully committed to writing her own songs. For more information, visitwww.kayleerutland.comand follow her onFacebook,Instagram, andTwitter.