Nashville artist Annie Scherer’s new single “Everywhere I Go (Everybody’s The Same)” is a remarkable record that ends with a titanic wall of sound that makes the 60s Phil Spector wall of sound feel like Legos in comparison.
Scherer’s vocal on the song has the dark brilliance of artists like Billy Eilish and Lana Del Rey. The track is an all-female effort, written by Annie and Suzie Buist and co-produced by the artist and Kelley Cronin.
Commenting on the single, Scherer says: “As an artist, I often feel pressured to have an ‘influencer-type’ social media presence, and to be extroverted with a loud personality. Creatives are often misunderstood in this way. A lot of us are observers and channel our energy and emotions to our craft. “Everywhere I Go (Everybody’s the Same)” is about being heard without being seen and that it’s okay to exist outside of societal expectations.”
Scherer is a classically trained pianist and vocalist who’s also an experienced film editor. Given the highly dramatic content of this new single, we anticipate that Annie’s videos will likewise be legendary. This mega-talented newcomer may turn out to be the next Billie Eilish and Greta Gerwig all rolled into one.
Listen to “Everywhere I Go (Everybody’s The Same” below, or find it on the streaming platforms.