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  • 1High - Intro00:28
  • 2High03:47
  • 3Dreamin's Free03:38
  • 4Good As Us03:30
  • 5Downtown Baby02:47
  • 6Nothing Against You03:09
  • 7Maybe In Another Life04:07
  • 8I Don't Like The World Without You03:14
  • Total Runtime24:40

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Monument Records’ acclaimed singer-songwriter and powerhouse vocalist Caitlyn Smith has ventured into the unknown and expanded her own artistry with latest album, the highly-anticipated and self-produced High, praised by NPR as “her most fully realized project yet.” The album is a new and creative stretch for Smith who spent her early years in Music City as a songwriter earning what the Tennessean calls “enviable career credits” with superstars like Miley Cyrus, Dolly Parton and more cutting her songs. Like her debut Starfire (2018) and sophomore Supernova (2020), High is filled with the same stellar writing chops and soaring vocals that earned her both critical praise and diehard fans, but this time Smith is in control behind the board too.

“I am beyond excited to finally have High out in the world for everyone to hear,” shares Smith. “It has been such a labor of love, born out of a really tough two years for all of us. But pressure creates diamonds, right? And if even one of these songs can add a little magic to someone’s day, my job is done.” (Caitlyn Smith)

On the eve of her new album’s release, Smith celebrated with a packed and raucous crowd at Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl performing tracks from the new project including recent release “Dreamin’s Free” and lead single, the second-most added track at Country radio, “Downtown Baby.” The set also featured fan favorites from her previous works including “Rare Bird,” “Put Me Back Together,” “I Can’t,” and “Contact High.” For her encore Smith returned to silence an already rapt audience with what has become a staple of her live performances, the showstopping “Tacoma.”

Caitlyn Smith

Caitlyn Smith
With the 2018 release of her debut album, Starfire, Smith established herself as one of the brightest rising stars in Nashville; her finely etched writing and soulful voice earned her numerous television appearances and high-profile touring slots. Now, with the follow-up, Supernova, the singer-songwriter who garnered acclaim from Rolling Stone, Billboard, and countless critics has upped the ante, delivering a set of songs that are bigger, bolder, and more powerful sonically and lyrically.

“I had years to collect songs for the first album,” says Smith. “This time I was much more focused going in. I had a better idea of what I wanted to create.”

The first single, “Put Me Back Together,” is one of multiple songs on the album inspired by her marriage “I’m grateful to have found that person who can ease my mind and calm all the noise,” she says. “In our relationship, I’m definitely the mess and Rollie is the one constantly putting me back together and talking me off the ledge.”

Growing up in the small town of Cannon Falls, Minnesota, Smith was drawn to music at a young age. After making three albums before she turned 19, she moved to Nashville, where she became one of the town’s most celebrated songwriters; her compositions were recorded by artists from James Bay to Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton to John Legend and Meghan Trainor (for whom she co-wrote the multi-platinum duet “Like I’m Gonna Lose You”). But attempting to re-launch herself as a singer proved more challenging than she expected.

That journey, and her ultimate triumph, formed the backbone of Starfire. With Supernova, Smith advances the story, grappling with life as a touring artist, a wife, and a mother of two young children. If Starfire chronicled a young artist chasing her dream, then Supernova dives into what happens after that dream starts to come true—the struggles of the road, the pressures felt on family and friendships, and the rewards of lessons learned and hard-fought love that transcends all.

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