Kezia Gill Releases New Single ‘All Of Me’
We’re delighted to share that 2019 BCMA Best Female award winning Kezia Gill is our Country Release Friday pick this week with MAM Roots. Kezia’s gorgeous new single All Of Me is available now on all digital platforms and an exclusive video will be live to watch on @mam_roots IGTV from 8pm today.
All Of Me is the second instalment from Kezia’s much anticipated upcoming EP, due to be released this summer. Following the great success of the title track, The Mess I Made, which had it’s first official airplay on BBC Radio 2 by Bob Harris, this latest single offers a more bluesy and soulful sound, showing a beautiful vulnerability to Kezia’s usual edgy and powerful rock chick persona.
In complete contrast to previous singles, this track is purposely stripped back to allow Kezia’s voice to tell you the story of a woman so in love with a great man that she is terrified she could never be enough for him. All she can offer is her whole self, and this humbling message is portrayed through Kezia’s soulful voice and heartfelt story telling.
This song absolutely needed some blues guitar riffs, and these are skilfully played by Phil Donnelly, whilst Chris Brice’s drumming gives the track the punch it needs to match Kezia’s powerful vocal – showing a vulnerable side we rarely see of her, yet undeniably the passionate delivery expected from this exciting artist.
Talking about the single, Kezia revealed, “‘All Of Me’ is a song about the hopelessness we can all feel when truly in love with someone. You wish you could give them the world, grant all their wishes and shower them in expensive gifts, but ultimately, the best and biggest thing you can give to them is your whole self, and that should always be enough.”
Multi-award winning Singer/Songwriter Kezia Gill is one of the most exciting artists on the UK Country/Americana scene. With Irish roots and a musical family playing a huge part in her musical inspiration, her unique voice and deep-rooted talent has seen her gain support from Bob Harris at BBC Radio 2, as well as winning ‘Best Female’ at the 2019 British CMA’s.