Courtney Cole is rounding out her EP release with the final track and title track, Earthquake. “Earthquake,” the single, is a spiritual awakening. It’s a realization of all of the things we thought we knew about ourselves — our generational and societal belief systems, programs, and ideals. “Those things don’t define who we truly are unless we allow them,” Cole writes. “And that thought alone, literally has the potential to shake us awake and allows us to step into a new, healing, untouchable reality for ourselves.”
Courtney releases “Earthquake” in conjunction with her new podcast “The Love Freq Podcast with Courtney Cole,” where Courtney discusses the beauty and importance of healing and growing from earth shattering moments in life and reconnecting with the truest, deepest parts of ourselves in order to live our most authentic, creative expression. “The Love Freq” name is inspired by the musical tuning of 528Hz (compared to our standard tuning of A=440 HZ), which has coined the term “the love frequency” due to its harmonic presence all throughout nature, lack of dissonance, and healing properties. Courtney’s single “Earthquake” was recorded in the tuning of 528Hz.
Growing up in New Orleans, refining her songwriting chops in Nashville, and now settled down in Los Angeles, Courtney Cole has always been drawn to these musical centers. Living in Nashville, Cole was able to collaborate with some of the best of Music Row. She quickly became a country artist to watch, garnering attention from Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, and Hollywood Life. She has also toured with Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney, Kane Brown, and more. While performing on Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour in the fall of 2015, Courtney released her self-titled EP. Produced by songwriter/producer Will Weatherly, it featured the fan favorite track “Ladylike,” co-written with Jimmy Robbins and GRAMMY, CMA and ACM-Award winner Shane McAnally.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Courtney has found herself leaning into a more acoustic-pop sound. Her whipsmart Nashville-inspired lyricism is still ever-present, but the sun soaked sounds of California have seeped into her work seamlessly.