Jessie Haines’ Latest Single ‘A New Place’ Shows Listeners the Triumphs of Moving On

Queer pop-country artist Jessie Haines proves to be a true storyteller with her latest single “A New Place.” This song beautifully showcases her songwriting skills as Jessie pairs the act of moving into a new house with a newfound outlook on a relationship. Right from the start, the listener is drawn into the comforting electric guitar and boot kickin’ drums. Then, Jessie’s sweet and strong voice emerges as she paints the picture of moving: new furniture and new pictures to hang on the wall. The story takes a turn when Jessie mentions, ‘The last time that I saw you, you were crying on the floor/ Saying all the same old things, ya already heard it before.’ The instruments swell and Jessie powerfully belts, ‘I’m in a new place!’

Jessie is physically and mentally in a new place, and she affirms, ‘Honey, I am not coming home.’ This single empowers listeners, reminding them that in tough times, sometimes all it takes is a change of scenery to have a profound epiphany. As Jessie puts it, “This song means so much to me and I’m confident it will touch my listeners’ hearts. It’s about the transition out of a tough relationship. I literally wrote it while being surrounded by moving boxes. I found myself in a new reality and channeled those emotions into this song.”

Hot off the heels of “I Love You” and “The Ride,” “A New Place” is the latest single from the forthcoming album, “The Phoenix” (produced by Chris Badami (mix for Madonna’s “Ray of Light (Remix – Single)”, Drive Thru Records, The Early November, Tokyo Rose and more)). A perfect, upbeat summer jam, listening to “A New Place” should for-sure be a part of your Pride Month celebration!

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