ABIGAIL SLOANE RELEASES DEBUT RADIO SINGLE
March 20, 2018 (Springdale, Ark.) – The debut single from Christian music newcomer Abigail Sloane goes for adds today at Christian AC and CHR/Hot AC-formatted radio stations. The song, “Enough,” is from Sloane’s EP, “Reason and Rhyme,” which was released in October 2017 by Creative Soul Records.
The music video for "Enough" premiered on NewReleaseToday.com and is now garnering thousands of views on her YouTube page.
Sloane, who recorded her debut project in March 2017 in Nashville, began singing at a young age, finding it a powerful outlet for expressing joy, sorrow, turmoil, excitement, and imagination, she says. By the age of 11, she was writing her own songs, finding that her passion for songwriting helped her through life’s storms, and also learning that her music touched the lives of others as they faced similar turmoil.
“My prayer is that I show the broken and the hurting in the world that there are better times ahead,” Sloane says. “I have battled depression and fought dark days, so I especially want to make connections with people who may need to hear words of encouragement. My heart’s desire is that my music can bring hope to those who are struggling and that this music will find its way to people who will hear its message.”
“This song pushes me to the realization that no matter what happens, good or bad, Christ is enough yesterday, today, and thank goodness, forevermore,” says Abigail about “Enough,” which is the lead single from her debut album, Reason & Rhyme. The album was produced by Creative Soul Records President Eric Copeland and co-produced by Jonathan Crone, whose production and performance credits include some of today’s top hitmakers including Mat Kearney, Blake Shelton, Heather Headley and many more.
After years of battling teenage depression and bullying, Abigail is determined to equip those who hear her music with the hope and encouragement that helped her to fight through the darkest of nights. At 24 years of age, Abigail uses her music to share about her faith, and she wants her songs to tell the broken and the hurting that no matter what they are going through, there are better days ahead.