Boston-based Singer Songwriter Hayley Reardon recently released her new album, Good last month and she has been touring in support. Hayley established a name for herself at an early age, releasing her debut album back in 2012. She has continued to garner high praise for her music that draws out a depth of emotion as they bring to life stories through song. Her charm shines through her soulful and engaging voice.
Her album, Good was fully funded by fans through a Kickstarter campaign. You can’t help but gravitate to Hayley’s distinctive vocals as she provides comfort and reflection and awakens your senses. She connects so easily with the listener and has some of the most dedicated fans. Reardon comments about the album,
“This record may or may not have been the result of my reading far too many self-help books. The music is a salute to the process of becoming, and the inner workings of movement, both geographical and emotional. “My day to day life changed so drastically during the time of writing and even the time of recording this album,” says Reardon, who parted with her previous record label, fell in love, moved to Nashville, and began college all within the time it took to create this music. “All at once, it felt like I had so many things I needed to learn to let go of, and so many things I needed to fight to hold on to.”
We had the chance to chat with Hayley in San Francisco ahead of her performance at the Cambria Gallery. Check out our interview here:
Hayley has just finished a string of California dates and is heading back East to perform a special hometown show at Club Passim in Cambridge on Sunday, November 27. Watch a video of Hayley performing Ghost at the Cambria Gallery show:
Ghost is off her new album Good.
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