NASHVILLE, Tenn., February 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — fall knight, an electro/pop singer/songwriter based in Nashville, TNwon SongwriterUniverse’s February “Best Song of the Month” contest for their song “Outline” (co-written by Austin Shawn & Curt Hovland).
‘Outline’ was inspired by moving from Los Angeles (City of Angels) to Nashville (Music City) to create a new chapter while overcoming heartbreak.
“Both of my parents passed away when I was 20. I overcame grief through my music and my resilience. I had some amazing times growing up in California but also experienced a tremendous amount of loss and grief. I felt isolated and had trouble identifying with my peers. I released my first EP, then I booked a tour across the United States. We played a few gigs at Nashville and I immediately fell in love with the city,” says Autumn.
“The song begins softly with acoustic guitar and lead vocals, and gradually brings in keyboard textures and harmony vocals for a full arrangement. This recording has been expertly produced by Austin Shawnscreenwriter/producer/engineer Nashville,” noted Dale Kawashima, publisher, songwriterUniverse. “Outline” was mastered by Mike BoziGrammy-winning mastering engineer who counts artist clients among his clients Lana Del ReyPost Malone, Kendrick Lamar etc
‘Outline’ was Autumn’s first official musical release after moving to Nashville. The lyrics capture his deep emotions. “New city, new beginning. I found myself in you. New skyline, new outline. I found myself in you.”
A clip for ‘Outline’ was released in November 2021directed and co-produced by the director, Robyn Levin with Nico Malinauskas do videography. The video takes you on a journey from LA to Nashville – spotlighting iconic scenes as Autumn shares her personal story and transformation. Watch the music video for “Outline” on YouTube.
Giving back is inherent in the nature of Knight and involves fundraising events. She has been selected to perform at the upcoming Greater Impact Live, a 24-hour music and arts event on April 22 for the benefit of the Maison du Grand Impact.
Singer-songwriter and actor, fall knight grew up performing in musical theater productions and also recorded his own original studio music at age 13. She graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston on a partial scholarship earned through his song, ‘Don’t Ask Why’. As a role model, giving back is very important to Autumn. “For three years I was a music educator and mentor for homeless teens with the non-profit Doors of Change, which shows up weekly to help teens transform their lives. music has the power to heal,” says Autumn.
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Live performances before the pandemic:
Headlining at Troubadour in West Hollywood and House of Blues on the main stage.
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