Our spotlight glistens on Aaron Einhouse’s new single/video duo “Back Down to Earth” this week.
During a time of controversy, hardships, and sky-rocketing social pressures, we struggle to find moments to stop and smell the yellow roses. We look to 2018 as the year of personal growth and triumph, with a Texas-sized serving of reflection.
Singer/Songwriter Aaron Einhouse heard our calling and delivered us a single that embodies what it means to be disconnected from the world and reconnected with yourself. Einhouse released “Back Down to Earth,” accompanied by a self-made music video, on Jan. 19th via YouTube. Produced by Oran Thornton at Nashville’s Sound Emporium, the song includes many instrumental builds with a soothing, yet stinging vocal track.
Einhouse stated he occasionally gets “lost in the mess of things” when life is hectic and stressful: an obstacle we all face. “Back Down to Earth” came as a realization to Einhouse after a run up to mountainous Idaho and Montana. “Not sure what it is; maybe it’s the enormity of the Rockies or the cool mountain air, but they give me a perspective,” Einhouse said. “I think maybe it’s the feeling of insignificance standing next to something that’s vastly larger and eons older than yourself.”
This fresh outlook on family, friends, and what’s truly important is a comfort calling home. We are looking forward to hearing more of Einhouse with his up-and-coming singles currently in the works.
In the meantime, help us bring “Back Down to Earth” up the charts by requesting the song to your online and local radio stations!
You can also hear it on our TMP Spotify Playlist, along with some other great Texas, red dirt, and Americana artists.
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