Sister duo Presley & Taylor are girls after my own heart. With their latest release, "Choose Me" and all the proceeds of the single to benefit the Pedigree Foundation it's a win, win.
The country duo first recorded their touching new single “Choose Me” a couple of years ago and kept it in their back pocket for just the right time. After seeing a recent news story about an organization transferring 19 dogs and cats from a Baton Rouge shelter in the path of Hurricane Ida, they knew the time was now. The girls approached their record label, White Mustang Records, to adjust their release schedule to accommodate the release of “Choose Me” in time for October’s Dog Adoption Month.
“We’ve been hanging on to this song because we just loved it,” said Presley & Taylor jointly. “Pet adoption is very close to our hearts and seeing the news story really struck a chord with us. We hope this song spurs people to adopt a pet from a local shelter and give a dog or cat the love it deserves.”
The single cover art features Presley & Taylor’s own rescue dog Rocky. The cuddly King Charles mix was first rescued by their grandmother in Connecticut. After her passing, the girls brought Rocky to live with them in Nashville. Proceeds from the single will support PEDIGREE Foundation’s annual grant program, which supports rescues and shelters across the country. Presley & Taylor will serve as PEDIGREE Foundation ambassadors encouraging their fans to adopt, volunteer or donate to help end pet homelessness.
Written by Tim Johnson and Joseph Williams Pupora, “Choose Me” is available at all streaming platforms via OneRPM now, coinciding with the start of Dog Adoption Month, and will be made available to radio via PlayMPE on October 4. A music video directed by The Edde Brothers is in the works, and the song can be streamed and downloaded at: https://onerpm.link/chooseme
To learn more about these young Ladies head on over to: https://presleyandtaylor.com. And to also learn more about the PEDIGREE Foundation check out: https://www.pedigreefoundation.org