Nashville based country-pop artists Calamity Jane have recently gone viral on TikTok with 2.2 million views on a video around abuse awareness, a platform the group is very passionate about. Their reach continues to grow outside of social media on radio, charting on Music Row in the States and billboard radio in Australia. They can also frequently be seen featured on networks like CMT, TCN, and dozens of others. Further accomplishments include opening for Maddie & Tae, Travis Denning, Easton Corbin, Joe Diffie, Keith Anderson, and more.
The duo Calamity Jane continue to redefine genre with their new single, Looking Back. The track is the follow-up to their recent hit, ‘Give It All Away’, and a string of chart successes including, ‘Devil Went Down To Georgia’(#64 Music Row Charts, US),with subsequent tracks featured on glorified Spotify editorial playlists like “Wild Country,” “Fresh Finds,” “Next from Nashville,” “New Music Nashville,” and more, Looking Back’, has all the attributes of a worldwide smash — an inviting, compelling lyric that features a love story with a relatable theme, a huge chorus, flawless production and sophisticated, accomplished performances.
The track’s more notable aspects reside in its melodic strength, aided by a dynamic range that takes advantage of the narrative, varying vocal registers, an assortment of musical textures during the verses, and opening up to a rousing apex in the chorus.
Featuring Lucy Cantley on fiddle and Camille Rae on vocals, Calamity Jane’s unique brand of country, folk and pop is blended into a style that attracts country music fans to the same degree as it attracts pop fans.
Significant airplay and an ever-increasing number of streams are assured with this new release, recalibrating the trajectory of this singular, extraordinary band. Like its namesake, Calamity Jane shows incredible promise to challenge the status quo, their timely appearance on the country-pop world stage will undoubtedly enable them to make a significant musical contribution.