Drawing inspiration from all corners of country music, ranging from royalty like Dolly Parton and The Dixie Chicks, to younger trailblazers such as Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, and Brothers Osborne, Virginia-born singer-songwriter Lexie Hayden has always sought to tap one particular attribute that these influences embody to her: honesty.
Hayden’s debut EP, The Drive, immediately drew critical acclaim from outlets such as Whiskey Riff and The Bobby Bones Show for its lyrical story-telling and diversity.
Two years later, Hayden is set to release her follow-up EP co-written and produced by co-writer Derek George (Randy Houser, Chase Bryant, Joe Nichols) and Engineer/Producer Julian King (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Chris Young). The three singles released off the EP gained traction on Spotify and were showcased on various playlists, including "New Music Nashville," "Fresh Finds," and "New Boots.". The music video for the second single,"Relit Cigarette," grabbed the attention of CMT and premiered on their homepage a week after release.
Hayden's most recent release, "Sad Songs," was selected by Amy from the Bobby Bones Show for their Women of iHeartCountry segment that aired on all 150+ iHeartCountry stations across the US. "Sad Songs" will be one of seven songs off her upcoming EP You Heard Right coming out December 4 of this year.