Singer Savannah Conley Drops Live & Acoustic Version “Never Want To Be In Love”

Growing up in Nashville and experiencing the music industry from a young age first hand, it was almost pre-ordained that Savannah Conley would be a musician. With a background singer for a mother and a session musician for a father, Savannah’s career would begin at the meager age of 7. By 19, Savannah earned the John Lennon Songwriting award and dropped her critical acclaimed Twenty Twenty debut EP, even gaining praise for Rolling Stone!

Finding plenty of success on her first EP, what lies down the rest of the road? While we had our first sampling of Savannah’s post-EP style,  she decided to also release a purely acoustic and live version of “Never Want To Be In Love“. This acoustic version feels even more raw and unpolished but helps convey her feelings of modern romance and relationships. At the same time, the stripped-down instrumentals let Savannah’s powerful vocals soar even higher than they did in the original version.

Co-written by Andrew Petroff (Sheryl Crow, Devon Gilfillian) and produced by Gabe Simon (Dua Lipa, COIN), the track dives deep into Savannah’s state of mind as she rises from the ashes of her recent relationship. Already crafting such a timeless, vintage, and fresh sound so early in her career, we have no doubt in our minds that Savannah Conley will be able to build an audience of listeners from all walks of life.

Make sure you check out the acoustic version of “Never Want to Be in Love” on YouTube below!

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