Leah Jane

Leah Jane Unveils Empowering Single, “Paper Crown,” Ahead of Upcoming EP

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Leah Jane, the multi-talented artist recognized for her work in both music and film, has just dropped her latest single, “Paper Crown.” Released today, the track delves into the complexities of leaving a harmful relationship, underscoring the distinction between losing and letting go. With a nostalgic nod to early 2000s Avril Lavigne vibes, the song emanates a sense of empowerment and peace.

Collaborating with Selfish Things members Alex Biro and Mike Ticar, alongside Neil Mcinnis and Mike Tompa (Silverstein, Cindë), Leah Jane’s “Paper Crown” adds a unique touch to her diverse musical influences, ranging from Taylor Swift to Gregory Alan Isakov. The single is part of Leah Jane’s upcoming EP, crafted in a fun and therapeutic songwriting process, emphasizing the theme of liberating oneself from burdensome ties. Released under Spooky Action Records, “Paper Crown” signifies Leah Jane’s artistic evolution beyond her folk music roots, exploring a more ethereal and distinctive sound.

Leah Jane, also known for her acting prowess and a nominee for Best Actress at the “Short Stop Film Fest,” seamlessly blends her cinematic skills into her musical performances. The upcoming EP, Nottingham Drive, from which “Paper Crown” originates, narrates poignant stories of feeling undervalued from a broad perspective. This body of work stands as a testament to Leah Jane’s journey as an artist, highlighted by her receipt of the 2019 RBC Emerging Musician/Canadian Walk of Fame Scholarship for her original song, “Water.”

More than just a single, “Paper Crown” reflects Leah Jane’s artistic growth and her ability to connect with listeners through her music. Fans can now experience the melodious and empowering tunes of “Paper Crown” across various digital platforms.