Lora Kelley | Creeping In

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Creeping In

by Lora Kelley

"Creeping in" is an upbeat, playful song cataloging the universal experience of not knowing someone's intention toward you... produced by Steve Greenwell (Joss Stone, Diane Birch, Steve Maddock).
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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Lora Kelley is now releasing her first official Single “Creeping In.” Like many of the lyrics that she writes, the song itself has a personal story, and Lora's songwriting is raw, intimate, and playful, which is found in this single.

"Who hasn’t had a confusing, doggie-head-tilt moment with a dude? It’s my story, but it’s also the story of every woman I know."

Residing in Charlottesville, VA, Lora grew up on the wide open plains of Texas, and was raised on 10,000 Maniacs, Tracy Chapman, Bonnie Raitt, Carole King, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell, The Carpenters, and more contemporary influences - Patty Griffin, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price, Secret Sisters & John Paul White. Lora enters the music scene with a gently produced record reflecting her southern roots and experiences as a woman. The song is produced by Steve Greenwell (Joss Stone, Diane Birch, James Maddock).

With her new self-titled EP, Lora Kelley embarks on a musical journey to create a record that expresses common life experiences and the strength we all have to live through even the darkest moments.



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