Carolyn Shulman Unveils Gorgeous Video for “Matter of Time”

Songstress Carolyn Shulman is back at it again today as she debuts her new single and video for “Matter of Time.” The gorgeous video is perfection from start to finish as it shows the true essence of Carolyn and her music.

Carolyn shares of the piece:

“Matter of Time is a song about being in a bit of a rut, stuck in the daily grind, and finding your way out of that by trying a new adventure and “getting lost” or “taking a wrong turn.” It’s about realizing that once in awhile, especially in long-term relationships, we need to take risks and find ways to add some spark and newness to keep things feeling fresh and fun.”

Carolyn Shulman is a Denver-based folk singer-songwriter whose connection with music has been a lifelong affair. She came by her love of music and all things guitar-related naturally. Her father has played guitar as a hobby for most of his life, so when Carolyn expressed an interest in learning to play, he brought home a kid-sized acoustic guitar perfect for a nine year-old’s hands and set her up with lessons. By the time she was fourteen, she was writing songs and playing in coffee shops and restaurants in her hometown of Mobile, Alabama.

Carolyn’s upcoming album comes in the form of Grenadine & Kerosen, at Cinder Sound Studio in Longmont, Colorado. The record is slated for a May release. For the record she worked with veteran producer and award-winning singer-songwriter John McVey. Shulman and McVey brought in a band of seasoned musicians including Michael O’Connor, Eric Moon, Christian Teele, Chris Engleman and Kramer Kelling. Glenn Taylor of Bonnie & the Clydes plays pedal steel on two tracks, and fellow Colorado-based singer-songwriter friends Edie Carey, Megan Burtt, and Jen Hitt lent their support as background vocalists. 


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