Pretty Little Poison Warren Zeiders

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  • 1Pretty Little Poison03:38
  • 2Some Whiskey03:03
  • 3Love's A Leavin'03:08
  • 4Tell Me Like It Is03:08
  • 5Black and Blue03:24
  • 6Weeping Willow03:01
  • 7Pain Killer02:47
  • 8Inside Your Head03:19
  • 9Coming Down High03:18
  • 10God Only Knows02:51
  • 11Drive You Crazy03:24
  • 12West Texas Weather03:09
  • 13Pittsburgh Steel02:59
  • 14Cowboys Ride Away03:15
  • Total Runtime44:24

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Warren Zeiders has quickly risen from a college athlete to one of Nashville’s newest headliners at just 24 years old, and on August 18, he’ll release his debut album "Pretty Little Poison". Comprised of 14 tracks, four of which were produced by Bart Butler & Ryan Gore and the other 10 produced by Ross Copperman, the record is part road-warrior, part old-fashioned grit, and a multitude of genre influences that have catapulted him to one of country’s most interesting newcomers.

​​Zeiders built his audience quickly, yet the old-school way — by taking his music directly to the people, armed with nothing more than his acoustic guitar and gravelly voice. This album Pretty Little Poison shows what he can do with an amplified band, two chart-topping producers and the best music of his songwriting career. The past two years have been a whirlwind period filled with milestones: his first national television appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show; his first national tour, which sold out in 72 hours; his debut performance on the Grand Ole Opry stage; and even his first Top 40 hit on the Billboard charts, all before he began recording his debut album. Maybe that's why Pretty Little Poison brims with such excitement and self-assurance.

"A lot of this album is about a girl, and a lot of it is about me," says Zeiders, who fills the album with honest lyrics about life, love, and lessons learned. "I'm paying tribute to that classic country sound, but I'm keeping things modern, too. At the end of the day, I'm just putting my heart on my sleeve and putting myself onstage."

Zeiders' muscular brand of country music is as broad as his shoulders, which still bear the evidence of a longtime sports career. "God Only Knows"and "Comin' Down High" are southern rock anthems built for summertime parties and backwoods joyrides. Songs like "Painkiller" and "Love's A Leaving" explore the darkness of outlaw country. The bright choruses of "West Texas Weather" and "Some Whiskey" are showcases for his powerhouse vocals, while "Pretty Little Poison" — the album's title track and lead single — is country music at its most cinematic, pairing dusty western textures with a radio-ready refrain. "Inside Your Head," written by eight-time Grammy winner Chris Stapleton, makes room for the lap steel guitars and timeless twang of classic country. For Zeiders, whose viral cover of "Tennessee Whiskey" played such a crucial role in his own rise to success, featuring a Stapleton cut on Pretty Little Poison feels a whole lot like fate. He worked with a number of other songwriters, too, co-writing songs with Eric Paslay, Randy Montana, Ryan Beaver, Lee Thomas Miller, Benjy Davis, Austin Taylor Smith, Jarred Keim, and others.

"Faith, family, and athletics were the three pillars of my life, long before I started playing music," he says. "I haven't forgotten that. I'm always learning new things — if you stop doing that, you stop growing — but I'm staying true to who I am, too. This album is my story. It's who I am. It's who I've always been. I may not be playing lacrosse anymore, but I haven't lost the discipline or focus that I learned as an athlete. I still put in the work. I still push myself. I go onstage and treat it like it's a game day."

Warren Zeiders

Warren Zeiders
was just 21 years old when he released his debut single, "Ride the Lightning." Rooted in a platinum-selling mix of country storytelling, heartland twang, and larger-than-life rock & roll, "Ride the Lightning" was every bit as electrifying as its title, catapulting Zeiders then a collegiate star athlete, from the sports field to the stage.

Distinctive, high energy country music is powered by a steady supply of youthful grit, honesty, and muscle. Hailing from Hershey, Pennsylvania, the 22-year-old singer/songwriter delivers outlaw sermons in a gravelly, world-weary voice that bely his young age. His music is suited more to the vast wilderness of his home state than the bright lights of Nashville, injecting a healthy dose of Heartland ethos into the honky tonks of Music City. But it’s that space he lives in—between lonesome outsider and magnetic performer—that helps him relate to listeners from all walks of life through songs fueled by unshakeable soul-searching. His original solo acoustic version of “Ride The Lightning” became an instant hit with fans and racked up over 657 million global views on TikTok alone and has just been certified Gold sales status in the US in late January 2022. The track has impacted the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts as his audience continues to grow week by week due to the consistent influx of millions of new streams. Warren Zeiders’ first live tour, The 717 Tapes Tour, sold out 15 dates within 72 hours, prompting the newly minted headliner to add more dates immediately, where he can be seen this Spring and Summer. Zeiders’ latest single, “Wild Horse,” and debut video for the tune are available now, which beautifully illustrate the young crooner’s dilemma between chasing love or his dreams.

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