Naomi Jane Completes “Letterman Trilogy” with Powerful Ballad “Grown Ups”

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Naomi Jane is a name that needs little introduction. With her incredible musical talent and amazing releases, she has quickly established herself as a rising star in the scene. With each new song, she offers her fans a unique and immersive experience, proving she’s no one-hit wonder but a true force to reckon with.

Naomi Jane‘s latest releases have already surpassed an incredible milestone, accumulating over 575k streams. Her song “Little Miss” even went on to win the 2023 International Songwriting Competition teen category, strengthening her status as a talented songwriter. Beyond her musical achievements, Naomi Jane is committed to empowering others through her music. She recognizes the power of her craft and uses it to give a voice to the voiceless. Through her music, she aims to spread messages of hope, love, and inspiration.

Naomi has finally released the final stage of her most important project to date. The highly anticipated single titled “Grown Ups” marks the completion of what she calls the “Letterman Trilogy” which includes the previously released singles “Pretty Boys” and “Little Miss.” 

In this final installment, she offers a reflective look at what it means to become an adult and all the responsibilities that come with it. The central theme of this song is the inexperience that comes with youth, and how we deal with the complexities of falling in love at such a young age. With “Grown Ups” Naomi decided to take a more country/folk approach to the song’s melody, showcasing she’s not afraid of sailing uncharted waters and experimenting with her style. 

One of the most notable highlights is the powerful lyrics presented. Lines such as “So let’s leave the love to the grown-ups / We’re just not ready for that” further reinforce the message. Also, it is impossible not to mention Naomi Jane’s vocal work. She could easily stand her ground against artists like Adele, Billie Eilish, and Taylor Swift. Overall, the song is a complete delight and a true masterpiece, just like her previous releases.

“Originally, this song was called Solo Cups. It was a song talking about teens, trucks, beer, and heartbreak. Working with my amazing producer, Kayla Diamond, we fleshed out the symbolism to express my understanding of love and this song bloomed into a beautiful piece of music illustrating the fragility of young love,” says Naomi.

The “Letterman Trilogy” has come to a close, but Naomi Jane’s work is far from over. She’s already preparing for the release of her upcoming EP. This new chapter in her musical career promises to take us into a brand-new storyline and is set to be released in September of this year. Stay tuned for this forthcoming new adventure, Naomi Jane is set to deliver!

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