Nashville, TN (April 30, 2021) – StowTown Records is thrilled to announce the release of Tiffany Coburn’s sophomore solo project, You Are More. As an artist who is celebrated for her powerhouse vocals that soar high above the music and linger after the cutoff, it would be easy for Tiffany to record big numbers that merely serve to showcase her vocal prowess. Instead, she chose songs based on their timely message of unwavering hope; songs to which she can personally relate. With all-new songs written by some of gospel music’s top songwriters, You Are More is a poignant, relevant example of what it means to persevere.
Widely known as a member of the acclaimed acapella group, Voctave, and longtime performer with Disney’s Voices of Liberty, Tiffany is beyond excited to share her latest solo endeavor with the world. She explains, “I am so happy to be releasing these songs during spring. We’ve all walked through a global pandemic and for those of us who are here – it is for a purpose. We are awakening, stepping out into His grace, laughing, working, living, and connecting with others once again.” Themes of grace weave an exquisite tapestry throughout each song on the project, highlighting that we are all made in the likeness of God and are able to receive love and forgiveness no matter who we are, where we are, or what we have done.
The title track, written by Wayne Haun and Joel Lindsey, is a beautiful reminder to everyone that they matter. The lyrics relay the message that people of “every shape” and “every shade” are “wonderfully made.” “You Are More” could not have come at better time. This song is a heartfelt, soul-stirring anthem of encouragement.
“Roll Back River,” the first radio single from the project, has hit the airwaves on major radio stations across the country. “When I Let It Go,” written by Haun, Lindsey, Carolyn Cross and Val Dacus, is a hauntingly beautiful masterpiece that speaks of grace coming through total surrender. To close out this album of incredible new songs, Coburn sings a lovely rendition of the classic, “Seasons of the Soul.” It perfectly sums up the state of hopefulness and spring that Tiffany wishes to convey.