Riley Clemmons Releases Highly Anticipated Album ‘Church Pew’

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Riley Clemmons

Today, September 22 marks the release of “Church Pew,” the long-awaited third studio album from multi-talented artist Riley Clemmons.

Released via Capitol CMG, the album is a deeply personal and emotionally charged collection of songs that reflect Riley’s heart and soul. From the introspective and hopeful opening piano chords of the title track, “Church Pew,” to the poignant themes of loss and grief in “This Side of Heaven,” the album takes listeners on a journey through Riley’s own experiences and emotions.

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Church Pew Art Work

Earlier this year, Riley introduced the album with the release of the lead single, “Loved By You,” which garnered critical acclaim and has since amassed over 4.4 million streams worldwide. The follow-up single, “Miracle,” has also seen success, accumulating over two million streams and finding a place in social media videos celebrating a wide range of life’s moments, from the joy of new births and weddings to the triumph over illness and addiction.

In discussing the creation of the album, Riley Clemmons shared, “Creating this album allowed me to rediscover what truly inspires me and resonates with me as a songwriter and a 23-year-old woman who loves Jesus. I’m overjoyed and excited to finally share this collection of songs and stories. My hope is that listeners will be able to find their own stories of faith, joy, and healing intertwined within these lyrics and melodies.”

To celebrate the release of “Church Pew,” Riley will perform several of the new songs live at the iconic Grand Ole Opry tomorrow night. This marks her second appearance at the legendary venue, following her debut in 2022. Tickets for the event are available now, providing fans with the opportunity to experience Riley’s music in a special live setting.

“Church Pew” is now available for fans and listeners to enjoy here

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