ELVIE SHANE RELEASES THE REVIVAL ROUSING “DOES HEAVEN HAVE A CREEK” – OUT NOWShane’s Transformative Sophomore Album DAMASCUS, Out 4/19 – Available To Pre-Order/Pre-Save/Pre-Add HERE

Shane’s Transformative Sophomore Album DAMASCUS, Out 4/19 – Available To Pre-Order/Pre-Save/Pre-Add HERE

BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records singer/songwriter Elvie Shane today releases “Does Heaven Have A Creek,” available to listen HERE. Written solo in the days before recording his imminent album DAMASCUS, “Does Heaven Have A Creek” came from a question Shane once asked himself following the passing of his grandmother, about what really matters, and what comes next. His alluring vocals take you to church, with the heartland hymn serving as another reminder of how the Kentucky native “forces you to rethink anything you think you know, or assume, about the genre’s Music Row bros” (Stereogum).

“‘Does Heaven Have A Creek’ is simply the wondering mind of a believer,” said Shane. “A testimony of hope that Heaven has a few of the simple pleasures we enjoy here on earth. Is Heaven only for A-List Christians? Is there room for a prodigal ‘Good Ole Boy’ from Kentucky just trying to live a decent life and be a good man?”

The track comes as the sixth release from Shane’s sophomore album DAMASCUS, releasing April 19th. Full of unflinching honesty rooted in compassionate clarity, each track steps into the shoes of another, with Shane taking pieces of each character he’s met on his path, melding them into one beautifully woven work. The album is available for pre-order/pre-save/pre-add HERE.

One of Nashville Scene’s “2024 Artists to Watch,” Shane has already garnered buzz for the project, with releases of “Baptized,” “Jonesin’” and “Forgotten Man,” with the latter dubbed “an ode to blue-collar workers that exposes the heart-aching realities of the working class,” (Billboard), and with his track “Pill,” critics praised its gripping honesty as it “further cements Shane as a new voice of the damaged, addicted, and lost in country music,” (Rolling Stone). Shane also recently released “What Do I Know,” along with a moving video to accompany the track featuring a cameo by John Carter Cash, available to watch HERE.

DAMASCUS Track Listing:

  1. Outside Dog – written by Elvie Shane, Oscar Charles, Jonathan Sherwood
  2. What Do I Know – written by Elvie Shane, Oscar Charles, Dan Couch, Jonathan Sherwood
    3. Jonesin’ (feat. Jenna McClelland) – written by Elvie Shane, Oscar Charles, Ryan Tyndell, Jeremy Spillman
    4. Baptized – written by Elvie Shane, Luke Preston, Dan Couch, Oscar Charles
    5. Forgotten Man – written by Elvie Shane, Luke Preston, Dan Couch, Oscar Charles
    6. Pill – written by Elvie Shane, Lee Starr, Nick Columbia
    7. 215634 – written by Elvie Shane, Adam Wood, Ben Chapman8. Appalachian Alchemy – written by Elvie Shane, Luke Preston
    9. First Place (feat. Little Big Town) – written by Elvie Shane, Adam Wood, Dan Couch, Jakob Miller
    10. Winning Horse – written by Elvie Shane, Dan Couch, Oscar Charles
    11. Fan On High – written by Elvie Shane, Driver Williams, Hayes Carll
    12. Chicken Shit – written by Elvie Shane, Jeremy Spillman, Ryan Tyndell, Oscar Charles
    13. Does Heaven Have A Creek – written by Elvie Shane

Produced by Oscar Charles