Trey Connor will launch a digital release of his new single “Heavy to Hold” on January 3, 2020; a song telling the story of two people who have grown apart, while still having strong feelings for each other.
Working hard on the production of this song, Connor wanted the vocals to fill the large emotional space created by the lyrics and musical arrangement, and from this, came the idea of a duet.
Connor said that the importance of vocals depends on different aspects of a song, the lyrics, arrangement, etc. He was considering several artists for this project, but he knew the search was over when first hearing Kimberly Underwood.
Pre-release sound bites will be popping up on the artist’s social media pages and the lyric video will accompany this third of (4) singles preceding the self-produced album.
Trey Connor is a 22-year-old modern Indie artist with roots in rock music. Leading his former band of young teens (Bulletproof Snow) to the Detroit Music Awards, People’s Choice Award in 2015, Trey was also invited to Universal Studios LA for casting finals week for Season 10 of “The Voice”. One of the final 100 artists selected from 46,000 auditions, Trey did not appear on the show because the teams filled up before he had his opportunity to deliver his “BLIND AUDITION” for the celebrity coaches.
Connor’s previous releases as a solo artist include his debut single “Hold On” (Nov. 2016) related EP, “While Everything Is Now” (Dec. 2016), sophomore single, “Fear” (Oct. 2019), and most recent single, “Lost In You” (Nov. 2019).