Canadian country duo The Reklaws have dropped their new single, “Where I’m From.”
The touching duet between siblings Jenna and Stuart Walker discusses the pair’s upbringing in rural Ontario along with the sentimental value of seemingly meaningless things such as the crickets singing in their backyard.
“Where I’m From” reminds us of our childhood where the majority of our time was spent at home, with family and neighbours who were our closest friends in our hometown which felt like the whole world. We hope this song reminds you of those special times and memories in your own world,” the band said of their new release.
Since their first record deal with Universal Music in 2017, The Reklaws have risen to be one of Canada’s premium country acts, achieving platinum-certification on their 2018 mega-hit “Long Live The Night.” They plan to reach greater heights with their upcoming LP.
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