Americana singer-songwriter Sylvia Rose Novak debuts her new song, “Wildflowers,” exclusively with C&I.

Before releasing her debut album, Chasing Ghosts, in 2014, singer-songwriter Sylvia Rose Novak worked a whole host of odd jobs, including horse trainer, amateur boxer, fitness instructor, turf-grass research worker, and bartender. The only constant throughout has been Novak’s passion for music.

Now Novak is set to release her follow-up album, Someone Else’s War, on October 5, and she’s giving us a sneak listen to the highlight track “Wildflowers.”

Driven by robust drums, delayed guitar, and Novak’s rich vocals, “Wildflowers” is a heartfelt and emotional track.

“In the simplest of explanations, ‘Wildflowers’ is a November 9, 2016, song. It is a letter to my husband,” Novak says. “It is a song about falling more deeply in love every day while the world sits on the brink of nuclear war. The song was written from a place of complete and total despair, and is still the only true love song that I have ever written.”

Love and war and wildflowers — these are thought-provoking lyrics that call for conversation and music that calls for listening.

Give “Wildflowers” an exclusive first listen, below.

For more information on Sylvia Rose Novak, her upcoming tour dates, and to pre-order her new record, visit her website.

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