Buzzing California-bred and Nashville-based trio Fairground Saints – Elijah Edwards, Meg McAllister, and Mason Van Valin– have released their new song “Somewhere Down The Line.”
Get “Somewhere Down The Line” HERE.
Watch the accompanying live music video for “Somewhere Down The Line” HERE.
Laurel Canyon wonder, Nashville song-craft, and pop expanse entwine on “Somewhere Down The Line.” Percussive hand claps, banjo twang, and sun-kissed male/female harmonies cruise towards an upbeat road-trip worthy hook: “I’ve got a full tank of gas and some money. Let’s leave this small town and small dreams behind.”
“Somewhere down the line is an accumulation of all our musical personalities,” said the band. “Writing it was a huge step forward in the development of who we are today and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with the world.”
“Somewhere Down The Line” marks the first music to be released under the group’s newly-minted global development partnership with Sony Music Nashville and Sony-owned distribution and digital marketing arm The Orchard.
“Somewhere Down The Line” heralds the arrival of more new music from the group in 2019.
Fairground Saints Live Dates
11/29 – The Center for Performing Arts, The Palladium, Carmel, IN*
11/30 – Jergels Rhythm Grille, Warrendale, PA*
12/1 – Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe, PA*
12/7 – Peoples Bank Theatre, Marietta, OH*
12/8 – The Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria, VA*
12/13 – Carl Perkins Civic Center, Jackson, TN*
12/14 – Saenger Theatre, Pensacola, FL*
12/15 – Miller Theater, Augusta, GA*
* Supporting Sara Evans