Crediting Life-Long Female Friendships That Turn Into Family
“Erin’s new found confidence is sewn perfectly from top to bottom and empowers others to do the same.” — All Country News
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Singer, songwriter, mother, and entrepreneur, Erin Duvall releases her country summer single, “Girls Weekend.” This new song from Erin is about female friendships that transcend their worth and how a girls weekend for everyone might not look the same, but it will be felt by everyone.
Erin says, “The power of girl friendships is one of the strongest forces in the world. It is a source of energy and love, and there is nothing we can’t do together. Some people call their girlfriends their tribe; some people call them their ride or die; I simply call them my family. I feel so blessed to have such a wonderful group of women in my life who, no matter what, are there for me through thick and thin and vice versa. This song is a testament to our friendship, all of the amazing times we have had with one another, and all of the incredible ‘Girls Weekends’ to come!”
As a country music songwriter, Erin writes about love, life, family, and what a girls weekend truly means. This song holds a special place for Erin as it defines the friendships that give a strong representation of how her closest friends have turned into family.
“A girls weekend can look a little bit different for every group of friends, but the true core of what a girls weekend represents will be felt by everyone. Girls’ weekends are good for the soul. They give you the ability to put life on hold for a minute and reconnect with your closest friends and with yourself. Whether it is a spa weekend, a staycation, a rowdy trip to Vegas, a beach or lake trip, or a few days on the slopes, girls’ weekends provide the feeling of being free and being seen. Like they say, life was meant for good friends and great adventures! So here’s to a lifetime of fun ahead of us, says Erin!”
Erin’s artistry continues to empower others through her honest storytelling and advocacy for girls’ empowerment. As a singer, she sets herself apart from others through her truthful perspective on motherhood and family, which includes heartbreak and broken dreams, but also resilience and grace that have made her much stronger.
Erin adds, “I truly believe the older you get, the more important your girl friendships are to you. I have had the same best friends for 20+ years, and we definitely have grown up together. We have gone through the highs and the lows, the heartbreaks and the joys, with each other. We have stood by each other through thick and thin. So no matter how much time, distance, or life’s commitments may keep us apart, when we reconnect for our girls’ weekends, it is like nothing has ever changed. We lift each other up, we laugh till our stomach hurts, and we fuel one another to fill each other’s hearts with love and support until we can be together again! There is truly nothing better!”
Erin also received high praise for her single and music video release “Walking Country Song,” her single and lyric video “Too Little, Too Late,” and her single “To Be Here.” It’s inevitable that it’s all about the support you have around you and the trailblazing women who have influenced Erin and her artistry along the way, including Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and Shania Twain. “Girls Weekend” is another powerful song building women up that is relatable to all audiences. Be sure to tag Erin on all social media platforms to be a part of her social media challenge, where you share your vision of a girls weekend for a chance to win a surprise gift and be featured in the “Girls Weekend” music video.