Soul/Pop Artist Sheridan Reed Releases New Track, “Twisted Up”

Austin-based, singer-songwriter Sheridan Reed announces his new single “Twisted Up,” one of several singles set to drop in the coming months. “Twisted Up” plays with these elements of intensity and uncertainty perfectly. Telling a story of the emotional push and pull of being attracted to someone who is already spoken for. Sheridan Reed’s music speaks to audiences across the globe as a soundtrack to their emotional journey through life.

Based out of Austin, Texas singer and songwriter Sheridan Reed  grew up in a household overflowing with musical diversity. Citing influences ranging from Stevie Wonder and The Jackson Five to more recently Billie Eilish and Allen Stone. His debut single, 2018’s “We Should Both Be Here”, released independently has seen widespread praise from both critics and fans alike. The video for which garnered over 200k views in just over 30 days as of October 2018. “Sheridan Reed is adept at fashioning songs fuelled by his mastery of combining soul and pop with intense passion and quiet sentimentality. His single “We Should Both Be Here” is an exceptional example of his talent and of his storytelling.”(Earmilk)

Coming off of his first major cross country tour, Sheridan Reed has set his sights on releasing his debut album in early 2019. The inspiration for his album comes from both a cathartic and passionate place. The music speaks to love lost, love found and the beautiful and mysterious events that lead to each. It’s a theme that plays over 8 tracks featuring notes of old soul and new mixed with highlights of pop and R&B.

Stay tuned for more announcements from Sheridan Reed and visit him online to get the most up-to-date news:


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