Back for her musical rebirth, pop singer, Heather Cole, shares her first release; “All The Kings Men”. Heather has always had creative and specific visions and the video for this track is no exception. Co-written by Heather herself, “All The Kings Men” takes the listener into a grown-up fairytale where the old ways are gone and the only hero to be found is in the singer’s own self.
Heather shares,“The song idea was born when the nursery rhyme “Humpty Dumpty” randomly popped in my head one day and I started singing the line “all the king’s horses all the kings men.” My amazing co-writer, Jessica Sharman, and I turned the idea into a song about an ex who tried to come back after breaking our relationship past the point of repair.”
“All The Kings Men” is only a taste of what’s to come from Heather. The singer expects to release more music in 2023.
“All The Kings Men” is out everywhere now at https://vyd.co/Allthekingsmen
From day one, Heather Cole has always been an artist. Born a fisherman’s daughter in Kodiak, Alaska, the pop artist cultivated her love for music at a very young age. Making her live performance debut at 3 years old, moving across the country to study music at Belmont University in Nashville, TN when she turned 18, having music featured on iHeart Radio’s “Most Requested Live with Romeo,” New Music Friday, and Pop Rising, it’s not surprising that while everyone and everything around her was shifting in what has been called “the new normal”, Heather found her passion reignited in a way that was anything but normal.