Nora Collins Says Two Can Play That Game in New Single, ‘Who Knows Who’ [Listen]
Nora Collins perfectly captures the emotions behind the romantic games people play in her catchy-as-it-can-be new single, "Who Knows Who."
The rising young singer-songwriter pairs a playful, fun bed track with a lyric that has more than a bit of edge to tell the story of a young woman who's out drinking and "doing who knows what with who knows who" to send a message to the man who has treated her the same way.
She's "thinking 'bout you / Doing who knows what with who knows who / And the only reason I'm doing this is 'cause you're doing it too."
"When writing 'Who Knows Who,' I knew we had something special," Collins tells us. "Lyrically I think it's incredibly relatable, and I hope the fun melody and catchy beat will get people singing and dancing!"
"I’m incredibly excited and honored to be working with producer Marshall Altman," she says. "I’ve been writing songs that I feel showcase the most authentic version of myself and show my growth as both a person and as an artist. I’m so grateful that Marshall connected with these songs and is helping me bring them to life."
Collins moved to Nashville from Milwaukee, but she wasn't some kid with stars in her eyes and expectations of overnight success. She admits she barely bothered to decorate her apartment for the entire first year she spent in Music City.
"I knew I was going to give my career everything I had, with every bit of my attention and time focused on writing, recording, meeting people, and growing as an artist," Collins says. "Decorating was a distraction and honestly, if I had to move home, I didn’t want to pack."
With prominent supporters including Altman, noted critic Robert Oermann and Brandy Clark, as well as opening slots for Clark, Lee Brice, Kelsea Ballerini, Jon Pardi, Maren Morris, Ashley Monroe, Josh Turner, Michael Ray, High Valley, Mo Pitney, Ronnie Milsap and more, it looks like Nora Collins just might be here for the long haul.
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