David Raynolds Makes Audiences Feel ‘So Alive’ With New EP
New Dance Record Out Now
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Vancouver, Canada – December 30, 2019 – With mental health being a rising concern for many, especially teens, David Raynolds wanted to provide a bit of solace and hope for those living with anxiety and depression. With that, the 14-year-old singer-songwriter got to work and the result was his second release, ‘So Alive.’
‘So Alive’ comes three years after his debut, ‘I Believe In Me.’ His first album came out when he was just 11-years-old and provided entertainment for not only children his age but families and those just looking for something uplifting. Then as nature does, puberty hit and David put music on the backburner for a bit to let his voice settle. There wasn’t much downtime though as the precocious talent continued to work as an actor and voice actor in ‘Wayward Pines,’ ‘Travelers,’ ‘Ninjago,’ and more.
With his voice back in play in 2019, David Raynolds recorded and released ‘So Alive,’ an EP featuring five tracks that offer a sense of hope and a bit of healing for those looking for an audible hand to hold. Songs like “The Reason Why” and “Apologize” hold the EP up high shine a bright light on this talented teen.
Those interested in adding new dance music to their playlists, reviewing ‘So Alive,’ or interviewing David Raynolds can reach out via the information provided below.
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David Raynolds isn’t your typical teenager. With acting, songwriting, and singing in his repertoire, he’s making big waves for himself in various fields. Especially with the release of his 2019 EP, ‘So Alive.’
This article first appeared on ArtistPR.com Press Release