The new song is called «To Break Hers» and Cameron Hawthorn explains to me what the song are about :
«Navigating dating is a difficult process in general, and I hate that when it doesn’t work out, someone usually gets hurt. For me, there was an added level of why it would never work out with this girl, and it wasn’t until coming out and looking back on the relationship and breakup that I was truly able to process it all»
Cameron Hawthorn defies genres as an American singer-songwriter. His stunning vocals and songwriting blend elements of Country, Americana, Folk, and Pop/Rock to put him in a league of his own. Hailing from a small town in Kansas, he attributes his years of growing up in the Midwest to the authentic and honest storytelling found in his music. The emerging crooner made a buzz in 2019 with his single, «Dancing In the Living Room», with the accompanying music video garnering over 260k views for the independent artist and coverage from the likes of People Magazine, CMT, and Huffington Post. With the underlying theme of showing your truest, most vulnerable self, Hawthorn set out with the desire to deliver listeners the message that «Love is Love».
Influenced by legends like Johnny Cash, Elvis, James Taylor, and Fleetwood Mac, Hawthorn aims to make music with the same raw narrative – pure and real, classy and classic. He combines that with the spunk and pop sensibility of more current artists like Shania Twain and Eric Church. Hawthorn released his next single «Oh Hot Damn!» in July 2019 followed by his steamy line dance music video that was featured on Huffington Post and CMT.
His next release is the heartfelt single «To Break Hers» set for release on September 4th 2020. This is only the beginning for Cameron Hawthorn as he sets his eyes on an EP release for 2020 and much more to come down his yellow brick road.
I’ve been so lucky and got the opportunity to take a listen to Cameron Hawthorn new tune, «To Break Hers». When he has «Dancing In the Living Room» in his back pocket, he has already set the bar very high, did he set the bar to high ? No, «To Break Hers» are at the same high level, it’s a country ballad with even more personal lyrics than «Dancing In the Living Room» I’ll say. On the 4th of September 2020, you’ll also be able to listen to this beautiful and personal tune. I’ll recommend you to do that.
Ephram St. Cloud