Nashville’s country singer songwriter, Lauren Duski is thrilled to announce her new debut EP, Midwestern Girl, to be released on February 20th. CLICK HERE to preorder the EP. When fans pre-order the EP, they will receive the two tracks already released,“Costume Party” and“Heart Hurt Good.”
“Costume Party” was Lauren’s first debut single since her appearance on NBC’s The Voice where she finished up as runner up on Season 12. The video has taken off and has inspired her fans to make their own videos sharing their stories and vulnerability. Once Lauren saw the impact the song was making with her fans she wanted to combine all the videos together to make this touching music video. It charted in 13 countries and found it’s place at #43 on Spotify’s US Viral chart. With no help from anyone but the connection to her fans.
Last year, Lauren Duski was inducted as CMT’s Next Women of Country. For the Class of 2019 that features Anna Vaus, Emily Hackett, Ingrid Andress, Lainey Wilson, Leah Turner, Rachel Wammack, Stephanie Quayle and Tenille Townes. “Next Women of Country” campaign is a campaign to support and expose developing female talent, both signed and unsigned, in a male-dominated format. The campaign showcases emerging female artists across all CMT screens throughout the year, and in five years since its launch, CMT has expanded the initiative to include five CMT NEXT WOMEN OF COUNTRY Tours, anchored by superstar acts including Jennifer Nettles, Martina McBride and Sara Evans, a CMT.com digital series, NEXT WOMEN OF COUNTRY LIVE, and more.