Rising Artist RYANN Drops New Song “Spilling”


“Spilling”, the new song by rising artist RYANN, is out today. The new track comes as RYANN prepares to release a new body of work later this year.

“I find it quite difficult to write love songs, but I was very much in love when I wrote this one and it seemed like a good time to give it a try,” RYANN recalled. “‘Spilling’ is about wanting to stay in the bubble at the start of a relationship for as long as possible. In this relationship, I think we both started to see the reasons why it wouldn’t work fast enough. So in a way it’s also about avoiding the sad truth that something might not work out no matter how badly you want it to I guess I’m still waiting to write the flowers in your hair, hearts in your eyes, simple love songs after all.”

RYANN is also set to open for singer/songwriter Sawyer on July 21 at The Echo in Los Angeles. Additional US tour dates will also be announced soon.

Born in New York City, RYANN began making a name for herself as a songwriter on tracks like Tate McRae’s “feel likes” as well as Noah Cyrus and PJ Harding’s “The Worst of You” – all while nurturing his own musical pursuits on the side.

RYANN released her debut EP Emotions on Rollerskates last fall while her previously released tracks ‘Rollerskates’, ‘One Minute’, ‘Andrew’ and a cover of Post Malone’s ‘Circles’ have enjoyed critical and commercial acclaim. With only one EP and a few feature films released, she has already accumulated more than 12 million streams, with 3.5 million listeners on Spotify alone. RYANN recently released her song “Last Call” in April to early praise.

RYANN’s ongoing songwriting accolades include her co-writing on McRae’s Triple Platinum single “You Broke Me First,” which has over 1.2 billion streams and counting. Most recently, she co-wrote Cyrus’ new single “Ready to Go” from his upcoming album. RYANN also has upcoming collaborations with Nessa Barrett, Elah Hale, Yuna, Adam Melchor and more.

Listen to the new single here:


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