NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 12, 2019) - Singer-songwriter and Podcast Host Kelleigh Bannen is exclusively revealing new song “Diamonds” via today, ahead of its official release tomorrow (9/13). “Diamonds” is off Kelleigh's highly-anticipated album Favorite Colors, due out on Oct. 11th and describes the high of a long-term commitment with a love that’s written in stone. “Diamonds” is set to a swinging, pop-shuffle with Kelleigh's hypnotizing and soulful voice echoing throughout. Listen to “Diamonds” via (HERE).

Favorite Colors is a collection of 14 songs, all of which Kelleigh co-wrote and is loaded with the type of wit, playfulness and fierceness that Kelleigh is known for. With every track, she presents a new way to cut to the truth and offers something for everyone with masterful songwriting, a bold aesthetic and undeniable vocal prowess. Several of the songs have already been featured with spotlights on swaggering anthem “Deluxe” in Rolling Stone’s Best Songs of the Week and at, calling Kelleigh and artist who has “...never compromised the integrity of her sound or her point of view as a storyteller.” iHeartRadio featured “Boys Don’t Cry” in their Women of Country program shared more about her inspirational and empowering music video for “Faith In You” (HERE).

Favorite Colors was produced by Jaren Johnston (The Cadillac Three) and includes Kelleigh's much-loved tracks off The Joneses EP - "John Who," "Happy Birthday" and "The Joneses" - all of which debuted at Sirius XM, the first time in program history to ever have an artist debut three tracks simultaneously. Favorite Colors marks Kelleigh’s first-ever, independently released, full-length album and features a set of songs that are vulnerable, truthful and honest.

Named in NPR’s Portrait Of A Subtly Changing Nashville, as a woman who is “...figuring out how to circumnavigate roadblocks in the system...with all sorts of shrewd professional and artistic strategies,” Bannen has forged ahead with a highly-successful and resourceful approach. Tenaciously building her career, she pushed forward with her lauded EP The Joneses, and a slew of major-label, independent and Top 50 single releases including “Sorry On The Rocks,” “Famous” and critically-acclaimed “Church Clothes.” Bannen's podcast This Nashville Life was featured by The Washington Post , NPR’s On Point and iTunes as ‘New & Noteworthy.’ The podcast has quickly gained popularity and features guest interviews, industry tips and insights from music business executives and creatives. Fans can tune into This Nashville Life and listen to the recently launched Season 3 episodes and more by visiting For more information, visit

Jesse Atwell