I ain’t lookin’ in my rearview / I ain’t gonna miss your lift kit / If you miss my tailgate / Well baby you can kiss it,” sings emerging artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen in brand-new kiss-off Country bop, “Zero Trucks,” available now at all streaming platforms and digital retailers.




“I’ve always relied on music to get me through. Sometimes you want to sit in the sadness and other times you want to escape. What I love about ‘Zero Trucks’ is that it’s a lighthearted reminder that endings can bring freedom – nudging you closer to the person you want to be and the people you want to be with,” shares Springsteen. “The whole process of creating this song, from writing with Walker [Hayes] and Joe [Clemmons], to producing with Jerry [Flowers] and Jared [Keim], plus shooting the music video (stay tuned!) with all of my friends brought me so much joy. I can only hope it brings that same happiness to others.”

Pandora’s 2021 Country Artist to Watch takes “carefree” to a whole new level as her mood-boosting tune struts with the confidence of a woman at her best. Credited as co-writer, co-producer, and acoustic guitarist, Springsteen wrote with Walker Hayes and Joe Clemmons, and tacked production alongside Jerry Flowers and Jared Keim. A sunny, upbeat anthem for the ultimate comeback summer, its swerving groove will get you hooked while an only-in-Country turn of phrase is all about learning that a breakup doesn’t have to bring you down. In fact, it can set you free.

Hot on the heels of her “love letter to ‘California’” (Entertainment Tonight) and “stunning duet” (American Songwriter) “Trying Not To (feat. Roman Alexander),” Springsteen’s on the fast-track to stardom with both headline-worthy music and news including her recent signing with leading global talent and entertainment company UTA for worldwide representation plus named as the Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s newest Celebrity Ambassador. Deemed “a name you'll want to know in country music,” by PEOPLE, the 20-year-old has independently surpassed 30 MILLION on-demand streams in just over a year and amassed 670 playlist adds.

She’ll next appear at Watershed Music and Camping Festival (7/30-8/1) in George, WA, on the Next From Nashville stage. Find additional event details here.




For 20-year-old emerging artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen, it’s always been about storytelling. “She writes with beyond-her-years poise,” Rolling Stone praises, “mixing the lovestruck giddiness of a teenager with the hooks of a pro.” Picking up the guitar at seven and writing her first song by age nine, the Virginia Beach native felt the pull of Music City with every new lyric she wrote, making an official move at 14 and landing a publishing deal almost immediately. Recently releasing kiss-off “Zero Trucks,” summertime stunner “California,” and got-to-have-you anthem “Trying Not To (feat. Roman Alexander),” Pandora's 2021 Country Artist to Watch has surpassed 30 MILLION on-demand streams in just over a year and amassed 670 playlist adds. “Alana Springsteen is a name you'll want to know in country music,” hails PEOPLE, as she’s set to blaze her own trail in honor of the iconic Country women she grew up listening to – Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, and Taylor Swift. Signed to Eighteen Company in partnership with SB Projects for management, represented by UTA, and publishing with Warehouse West Entertainment, Springsteen is also Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s newest Celebrity Ambassador.