About “One Ride”: This song is a story about a very hard day in Washington, D.C. on the anniversary of the passing of a close friend. I had a slight meltdown at work, proceeded to tell nobody, walked outside and all around downtown DC. When I got on the train, I saw the usual sights: people with headphones, cell phones, and tired expressions. I knew if my lil angel was given more time here on earth, he would have been enjoying his ride more than these folks. And for some reason, that gave me peace.
About Jen: Jen Miller is a Nashville-based indie recording artist, political activist, and the founder of Girl Gang Music — an online community and network of women + GNC folk within the music industry. An Ohio-native, Jen’s sound is a genre-bending 90s-baby indie pop mix. In May 2014, her first release "Overgrown" reached #8 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts, and her feminist anthem "Bullshit" is currently the theme song of Women's Health podcast "Uninterrupted". Jen has independently released three singles in 2017: “One Ride”, "Down" and "My Type", all produced by Jake Vicious, which have each been featured on Spotify’s top playlists. To learn more about Jen, visit: www.jenmillermusic.com Connect with Jen: Website | Facebook | Twitter | IG
Credits: Produced by Jake Vicious and Jon Easter at House Studios in Washington, DC. Art by Lauren Campbell.