US singer/songwriter Rachel Crow hits back with her brand new single “Up All Night”!
American singer, songwriter and actress Rachel Crow has released her brand new single “Up All Night” on S-Curve Records/BMG, available everywhere NOW! The track, written by Rachel Crow, Emlyn, Sam Fischer & Emanuel Kiriakou and produced by Emanuel Kiriakou, finds Rachel’s powerful vocals mounting over an infectious beat.
Of the song, Rachel says: “It’s really a song about young love. It’s not really love, but that’s what it feels like in the moment. That feeling of wanting to spend every waking moment with that person and staying up all night with them”. A music video for the song will be released soon. “Up All Night” marks the first new music from Rachel since the September 2018 release of “Coulda Told Me”.
Outside of the music studio, Rachel currently stars on ABC’s hit comedy Schooled, the spinoff of The Goldbergs. She previously starred in the critically acclaimed Netflix film Deidra & Laney Rob A Train and will star in Eko’s new interactive series TIMELINE, launching April 2019 – a four, 15-minute episode series that invites viewers to influence and experience the storyline through a patented, next-generation interactive streaming technology.
Rachel Crow hails from Mead, Colorado. In 2008, when she was just 10-years-old, Rachel moved to California to pursue a career in music, making her public debut in 2011 as an artist as a finalist on the first season of The X Factor. In 2017, Rachel released her original song “Dime” on S-Curve Records, which she performed on the TODAY show and was featured as iHeartRadio’s Emerging Artist of the Week. She’s since been featured in Refinery29, AOL Build, NYLON, Billboard, and Teen Vogue among other notable press publications. Rachel has performed the national anthem at The White House and also received a personal invitation from First Lady Michelle Obama to appear at the Kids’ State Dinner.
An avowed advocate for foster children and active participant in charities such as You Gotta Believe and The Dave Thomas Foundation, Rachel has received the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute [CCOAI] Angels In Adoption honor. The 21-year-old multi-talented and faceted performer is set for a banner year as she currently stars as a lead in ABC hit show Schooled and will continue releasing new music throughout 2019.
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