Rising pop recording artist Ashley Kutcher this week shares her brand new single ‘Nothing’s All The Time’ – a wonderfully melodic pop song that sees the Baltimore native make contemplate, and accept life for its fleeting nature.
Serving as the follow up to ‘Love You More’ – which to date has amassed over 3.4 million Spotify streams – the introspective track once again illustrates Kutcher’s ability to produce both melodies and lyrics reflective of the time.
Commenting on the message behind the single, Ashley says in a press release: “‘Nothing’s All The Time’ is about when you think that a feeling is so permanent, when in reality it’s temporary. Nothing will be bad or good all the time, and realising that is when you can find the beauty in both.”
Watch the official music video for ‘Nothing’s All The Time’ (directed by Anya Salmen) below:
It’s fair to say the last few months have been pretty good to Ashley Kutcher!
Having recently performed her first-ever headlining shows in Los Angeles and New York City, to capacity crowds, the 23-year-old continues to bask in the glow of the success of her debut EP ‘One Eighty’.
Released last winter, and featuring the singles ‘Fake Bitches’ and ‘Love You From A Distance’ (the first song of Ashley’s to go viral and amass over 100M total audio streams), the extended play saw the super talented singer-songwriter lay her soul bare, addressing themes of love, loss and heartbreak.
Of the project, Ashley says “‘One Eighty’ is a collection of songs I wrote as my life took a complete turn. It’s a project of discovering who I am as an artist. Together these songs tell my story and I could not be more excited to share it.”