(APR) Country artist Jay Allen has just dropped his latest song, "Heart Ain't Gonna Break Itself". Released through ONErpm, the track is available on all major streaming platforms.
"Heart Ain't Gonna Break Itself" is an electrifying country-rock anthem that showcases the magnetic allure of a daring and fearless woman. With its infectious melody and candid lyrics, the song revolves around the narrator's encounter with a captivating woman who exudes an air of mischief and independence.
The lyrics paint a vivid picture of this enigmatic woman, suggesting that she's a force to be reckoned with, capable of disrupting even the best-laid plans and breaking barriers effortlessly. Her nonchalant demeanor and confidence make her irresistible, leaving the narrator intrigued and drawn to her like a moth to a flame.
Jay Allen expressed his excitement about the song, stating, "When I first heard 'Heart Ain't Gonna Break Itself,' I was instantly drawn to its empowering message and infectious energy. It's a true celebration of the spirit and resilience of strong women, and I'm honored to be part of this project."
The chorus serves as a powerful declaration of the narrator's determination to explore the thrill of the unknown with this mesmerizing woman. They are ready to embrace the chaos and excitement that life offers, knowing that together, they can create an unforgettable and exhilarating journey.
"Heart Ain't Gonna Break Itself" was written by Thomas Archer, Michael Tyler Spragg, and Ben Stennis and was produced by Micah Wilshire.
Growing up near Cedar Falls, Iowa, Jay Allen developed a deep passion for music, influenced by his father's rock concerts and his mother's heartfelt country tunes during long car rides. After moving to Nashville in 2013, Allen's dedication to country music led him to sign a publishing deal in 2014 and secure an artist deal with SONY/ATV two years later.
While Allen's career was already on an upward trajectory, it was his 2018 hit single, "Blank Stares," that propelled him into the national spotlight. This powerful tribute to his mother, who battled early-onset Alzheimer's disease, resonated with audiences worldwide and became a viral sensation, accumulating over 500 million views on Facebook. Allen's commitment to raising awareness for the Alzheimer's Association has been unwavering, and he actively participates in various international events, including the esteemed Rita Hayworth Gala.
In recognition of his advocacy work, Jay Allen has received numerous accolades, including The Caregiver Award from the National Alzheimer's Association. Additionally, he was honored with the Favorite Competition Contestant award at the 2022 Country Now Awards and was featured as one of Music Mayhem Magazine's "2023 Artists to Watch."
Furthermore, Allen's appearance on Season 22 of The Voice showcased his exceptional talent, as he mesmerized the audience with his rendition of Cody Johnson's "'Til You Can't," earning chair turns from both Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. This pivotal moment further propelled his career and solidified his position as a rising star in the industry.
Adding to his achievements, Jay Allen was recently invited to the White House to participate in an event supporting the First Lady's Joining Forces initiative. This special invitation highlights the impact and reach of Allen's music, as well as his commitment to meaningful causes.