Pop/Country Singer Jessica Robinson Releases Latest Single ‘Doing It All Wrong’

Set for release this Friday 22 February, ‘Doing It All Wrong’ is the latest single from Pop/Country singer, Jessica Robinson.

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Jessica is recognised as one of that country’s most promising young artists, with her debut single, ‘You’ll Find A Way’ coming in the top 20 songs in the “Listen Up Australia” songwriting competition in 2016.
‘Doing It All Wrong’ was recorded in Nashville, and is a lyrical love story, where she sings about a romance that never quite blossomed. She finds her inspiration in such artists as Bon Jovi, and Kelly Clarkson, and with ‘Doing It All Wrong’, she additionally draws on core elements of country music, such as banjo, which she’s combined with a smooth pop vocal.
 
Jessica has been writing songs since the age of 12, and in her career has not only performed in Australia but in some of the most famous cities in the USA, with her live shows captivating her audiences.
Jessica recorded an EP at Nashville’s Omni Sound Studios, together with some of that city’s premier musicians, reinvigorating her sound, retaining her innocence, but giving it an edge.
‘Doing It All Wrong’ will be available to stream and download on all major digital distributors from 22 February. You can find out more about Jessica Robinson online on Facebook, and Instagram, and listen to her music on SoundCloud, and Spotify.
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