NYCS First Impression: Tiffany Woys Debut Self-Titled EP

Tiffany Woys

Tiffany Woys’ anticipated self-titled EP just dropped today. Her first single that was released last year “Priceless,” is penned by Emily Shackleton, Kelly Archer, and Mickey Guyton. It’s a sassy, fiery track about heartbreak and self-worth in a relationship. Woys’ EP consists of a four-song tracklist, which is over five years in the making. The EP features “Last Call Weakness,” “Spark,” “Love Has No Heart” and of course “Priceless.”

Woys’ EP includes tracks written by Nashville’s top songwriters including Todd Clark, Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen, Sara Haze, Matt Bronlewee, Jason Saenz, Justin Halpin, Bobby Campbell, and Matthew Joseph Rogers. “Last Call Weakness” is a catchy way to start things off for her EP, lyrically talking about how the ups and downs of a relationship. Following

“Last Call Weakness” is her song “Spark”, a midtempo look back on a romantic relationship and the realization that it is slowly burning out. She describes it as “the beginning of the story.” It’s all about when you know a relationship is going to go bad, but you do it anyway.  “Love Has No Heart” was originally on hold for Brett Young, but this tender heartbreak ballad that fits her voice flawlessly. It fit Woys’ story perfectly at the time of moving to Nashville with one door closing and another one opening. The EP offers a cohesive look at the vocalist and puts incredible songs on full display.

Be sure to look for our exclusive Swag Spotlight interview with Tiffany Woys this Monday and until then, check out her self-titled debut EP below. You can also download and stream Tiffany Woys’ EP on all digital platforms today.

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