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Rising country star Warren Zeiders shares new single “Pretty Little Poison” via Warner Records. Alongside the track, he announces the new upcoming EP, Pretty Little Poison (Sampler), to be released on April 14th via Warner Records. Including “Pretty Little Poison,” previous single “West Texas Weather,” and two new tracks, the EP is a sampler of what’s to come on Zeiders’ forthcoming summer album.
Led by Zeiders’ powerful vocals, the stripped-down track illustrates a battle between head and heart. “This is my favorite song that I’ve ever written,” says Zeiders. “Like a moth to a flame, this song is about being led into temptation between love and toxicity. Choosing something or someone that we ultimately know will hurt us in the end.”
Written by Jared Keim, Ryan Beaver and Warren Zeiders and produced by the Grammy Award-winning Ross Copperman, “Pretty Little Poison” arrives on the heels of vibrant single “West Texas Weather.” As he continues to work on his anxiously awaited full-length debut for Warner Records, Zeiders has much more to come in 2023.
The Pretty Little Poison Tour, Zeiders’ biggest headline run to date, is currently underway. New dates have also been added across North America, including performances at Stagecoach, CMA Fest, and Faster Horses Festival.
In 2022, 717 Tapes: The Album notably collected all of Zeiders’ critically acclaimed 717 Tapes singles, EP tracks and a few new songs in a single package, including his recently released “Up To No Good” and “One Hell Of An Angel,” propelling him to the next chapter of his career and cementing the 717 Tapes legacy. He also made his Grand Ole Opry debut in the summer of 2022—a rite of passage for country’s best and brightest. The 23-year-old burst onto the country music scene only a few years ago, emerging as one of the genre’s fastest rising success stories in recent history, garnering over 1.4 billion views on TikTok.