Caleb Hearn Shares New Single ‘1200 sq ft’

Nashville-via-North Carolina singer/songwriter Caleb Hearn shares his brand new single 1200 sq ft, the title track to his new EP which is out now via Nettwerk. 
 What I like the most about this song is its warmth and how smooth and enchanting Caleb Hearn's vocals sound, gliding beautifully over the lush folk-pop production. 1200 sq ft finds Caleb reflecting on the home he grew up in, and the fond memories that were associated with it before his parents separated. It's a relatable, heartfelt piece of music that is beautifully backed by a soothing acoustic guitar line seamlessly paired with layered piano chord progression, steady drum patterns, lush twangy guitars and haunting harmonies that culminate in a highly-infectious, sing-along bridge that feels like a warm embrace on a cold winter's day. This is a perfect song for those reflective days home alone and I think you will love it as much as I am. 
Accompanying the release, Caleb shares its striking, cinematic video, directed by Maya Sassoon, which flawlessly embodies the song's message and emotion. Check it out below!



Speaking about the EP, Caleb said, 
This EP really represents who I am as an artist, but even more so, who I am as an individual. I deeply feel that these songs cohesively represent that story -- from my upbringing to the person I am today. I often find myself reflecting on past experiences that continue to impact my future. From my parents’ divorce to my grandparents' significant role in my life, I have had a lot of life-altering experiences. The way I treat people with kindness and navigate my relationships today reflects this. ‘1200 sq ft,’ as the title track, is the summary of the EP. It’s about the first house I ever lived in, both the good and bad memories combined into a song that really lays it all out there. I love the sonic direction we took with this EP. Having an acoustic guitar at the forefront of every single song feels genuinely right for the message being told. I wanted an organic sound, real instruments, drums, piano, guitar, all of it. This was by far my favorite project to put together.