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Jennifer Alvarado’s Curious Love Song

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We first heard from Jennifer Alvarado in September of last year upon the release of her excellent Dark Pop/Country single “Filthy Water.” That track introduced readers of The Static Dive to a talented young singer/songwriter from North Carolina with a soulful and bluesy genre-bending sound. A lifelong musician, she eventually relocated to Nashville and launched her career as a solo recording artist.

The past two years have been particularly productive for Jennifer Alvarado. In that time she has released nine singles as well as her 2021 debut album “Playing With Fire.”  The prolific musician’s efforts have not gone unnoticed. The Nashville Songwriters Association recognized Jennifer as ‘One to Watch’ in Spring 2021. Her songs “IDWYB” and “Filthy Water” were Top 10 Finalists for “Best Pop Song” and “Best Modern Country Song” for the Spring and Summer 2021 World Songwriting Awards. She was named “2021 Country Artist of the Year” by Indie Star Radio.

“Curious” is the latest single from Jennifer Alvarado, released worldwide to all major streaming services on February 11, 2022. In her signature southern Pop style the singer delivers a Country-tinged midtempo Pop/Rock tale of two friends who are becoming curious as to whether their relationship could grow into something more. In both substance and style the song recalls the romantic and confessional singer/songwriter Alt-Pop of 90’s artists like Lisa Loeb and Melissa Etheridge.

Check out “Curious” below. You can also hear the track on the Deep Indie Dive and Deep Indie Songwriters playlists, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with Jennifer Alvarado. Get on her socials and get in the loop on all of the music to come from this rising talent.


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