NASHVILLE, TN – Payton Howie might be young, but she proves herself a force to be reckoned with in her debut EP Youngblood – out now. A vast array of tracks all co-written by the 20-year-old Texan, Youngblood represents Payton Howie wholeheartedly – patriotic, redneck, passionate, and at times, reckless.
“Youngblood encompasses every facet of who I am as a person and an artist,” explains Howie. “From my respect for the women of country to my rowdy side and love of country, I wanted to share every piece of it on this EP.”
Tracks from the new EP, including singles “Never Go Home” and “Country Before Me,” have not only been highlighted by Sounds Like Nashville, CMT and COWGIRL Magazine, but also featured on several Spotify editorial playlists like Country Rocksand Fresh Finds Country: Best of 2021.
Payton Howie's Youngblood EP is available on all platforms now, with a tour announcement soon to follow. To stay up-to-date on new music and shows, visit www.paytonhowie.com and follow @paytonhowiemusic on Facebook, and Instagram!
About Payton Howie
With backwoods bathed vocals and bona fide southern swagger, Payton Howie is leading the next generation of redneck women. Branded as the ultimate ‘All American Girl’ by Scenes Media, Howie unapologetically embodies the untamed tradition that country music was built on, and she’s hellbent on bringing her own grit to the honky tonk.
Not many can say they’ve shared the stage with the likes of Carrie Underwood, and Howie is one of even fewer who can say they were handpicked to do so at the age of 5; while other kids were learning how to ride a bike, she was teaching people to expect the unexpected whenever they hear the name Payton Howie.
Her music has been highlighted by leaders in the industry, including “Never Go Home” featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Country: Best of 2021 and Country Rock playlists, and “Country Before Me” featured by COWGIRL Magazine and CMT. On the verge of releasing her debut EP, ‘Youngblood,’ Payton Howie is prepared to scorch country music with a brand that’s hers alone.