Award-winning songwriter and producer Ross Copperman has collaborated with Cam on “Everything Changes,” available everywhere today via Photo Finish Records.
“I rarely write songs like ‘Everything Changes,’” shares Copperman. “RØMANS, Steph Jones and I tapped into an uncomfortable yet real and honest subject, and Cam’s incredible vocals helped convey the emotions perfectly. It’s a tough realization that people can grow apart just as easily as they grow together, even if it’s for the better in the end.”
Produced by Copperman, the pair takes turns describing the realities of a deteriorating relationship.
“I loved ‘Everything Changes’ on first listen. Beautifully sad and real,” shares Cam. “Obviously, he’s an incredibly accomplished songwriter, but I’ve been hoping Ross would release more music as an artist since I heard him sing at the C2C songwriters night we did together in London back in 2019. I’m so tickled that I get to be a part of it.”
The release continues Copperman’s return to solo artistry after defining a decade of sound for Music City as a blockbuster songwriter-producer by helping launch careers for some of country music’s biggest stars with songs that have become fan-favourites and staples in their catalogues.
His five-song collection, Somewhere There’s A Light On, released last spring, features Copperman’s shimmery Southern pop with back-to-back singalongs. The project was co-written with collaborators like Ed Sheeran, Ashley Gorley, Emily Weisband, Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally and more.