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Kelly Hoppenjans releases indie pop digital single "Every Which Way"

Those who know indie pop songstress Kelly Hoppenjans from her 2017 release Dreaming Is Easy will love her new digital single Every Which Way, which The Deli premieres today. The two new songs on the release -- which drop officially on November 2nd -- showcase Hoppenjans's sound, with which fans of Ingrid Michaelson and Cat Power will fall in love. Both tracks on Every Which Way come from collaborations with other Nashville singer-songwriters: Hoppenjans worked on the title track with indie artist Natalie Royal, and the B-side "From Where I Stand" enlists the pop-folk lyrical skills of Jilian Linklater. Every Which Way precedes what's to come next for Hoppenjans, which includes a full-length album in 2019. Listen to "Every Which Way" below. - Will Sisskind

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Kelly Hoppenjans brings sultry, sentimental pop to Homegrown Taproom (9.01)

More than a few big names come to mind when listening to the careful, quirky alt-folk crafted by Kelly Hoppenjans on her June EP Dreaming Is Easy—Imogen Heap, Brandi Carlisle, Regina Spektor, to name a few. She experiments with her own vocal and artistic range to create a wide soundscape for a singer-songwriter. Her lyrics reveal a complicated battle of emotions that often contradict each other (“you can sell me short and I will buy,” “I’ll wear my tightest skirt and my thickest skin”), creating an emotional experience that anyone can relate to. Catch the sultry, raw pop of Kelly Hoppenjans before she embarks on tour on September 1st at the Homegrown Taproom in Tennessee. - Lilly Milman

Listen to our favorite track “Garden of Little White Lies” streaming below.

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