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For the past several months Rachele Lynae  has been focusing on growing her craft as a songwriter, and from that, her latest project was born. With a new vision and new material in hand, Rachele’s acoustic EP entitled “Running out of reasons” will debut this Tuesday with release of her first single as the title track. “I wanted to think of a new way to release music and from that we decided to not wait and release acoustic versions every 10 days along with acoustic videos capturing raw and unfiltered moments while I spent time in the desert finishing my project.” says Rachele Lynae. Reflecting a west coast vibe, she co-wrote 4 songs on the EP. Before completing the album Rachele welcomes her fans to join her on her musical journey by hearing the acoustic versions first. “Each of the four songs started as a demo that fueled my artistic creativity too much to not let my fans hear the songs as they were created. So before I go releasing it as a four song shiny EP, I wanted to take you on this journey with me of hearing the acoustic versions first so that you can see the songs the way I first experienced them. “

Career highlights so far include performances at numerous fairs and high-profile music festivals from coast to coast alongside some of country’s biggest artists such as Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Randy Houser and more. She has also performed the National Anthem at several Major League baseball games with more than 15,000 sports fans in attendance. Rachele has been featured in a plethora of national media outlets including Country Weekly, PEOPLE Country, Billboard, The Huffington Post, Nashville Lifestyles, Parcbench, FOX News, RFD-TV, and CMT.com, where the music video for her latest single “Quicksand” became  a #1 Top Trending video following its world premiere. The much talked about video has also been featured in more than 200 Rooms To Go locations and over 2,800 fitness venues nationwide.

Rachele is currently working on new music, collaborating with some of Nashville’s best tunesmiths for her sophomore album.