Amy Wilcox Releases New Summertime Single, “Summer In Slow Motion”

Singer-songwriter Amy Wilcox recently released her new single, “Summer In Slow Motion,” which is now available on iTunes.

Her latest single, co-written with Lisa Goe and Jordan Schmidt, and also produced by Schmidt, “Summer In Slow Motion” is an upbeat summer party anthem, which is making its debut just in time for the Fourth of July holiday.

“Lisa, Jordan and I were all talking about how excited we were that summer was finally coming and how every year, we always say, ‘I’m really gonna make this one count,’ and then it just flies by. The idea behind ‘Summer In Slow Motion’ is that you have to do everything you can to make every second count. Do the things you truly want to do and have fun. Just remember to slow down, appreciate what you have and make every moment worth it,”  Wilcox commented of the new single.

The single marks the follow-up release to her 2013 self-titled album. Keep your eye out for the music video for “Summer In Slow Motion” which will be released in the next few weeks.

Watch a sneak peak of the video here:

Born in Oklahoma and raised in Arlington, VA, Wilcox first moved to Music City not for music but to play Division 1 soccer at Vanderbilt University. While majoring in history and economics with a minor in communications, she topped the SEC Academic Honor Roll and was a leader in shots-on-goal percentage for the Vanderbilt Commodores.

After graduating from Vanderbilt, Wilcox took to the road to pursue music full time and began playing at bars and honky-tonks throughout the United States, hoping for even more success with her music career than her academics and soccer.

You may recognize Wilcox as one of the featured cast members on A&E’s “Crazy Hearts: Nashville.” The show documented the lives of up-and-coming Nashville artists and Wilcox is featured on two tracks from the Original Soundtrack, and is now releasing her own highly anticipated single since coming off the show.

amy_wilcox_singleFor more information on Amy Wilcox, visit her official website at and follow her on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.






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