Continuing to emerge as an artist-to-watch this year, 22-year-old singer-songwriter Ashley Kutcher shares her new single “If I Could” with an accompanying music video -out now via Darkroom / Interscope Records.
Listen to ‘If I Could’ HERE
Speaking about the track, Ashley says “‘If I Could’ is a very unique release for me because it was the first song I had ever written about someone else’s battles but as it all came together, I found my own meaning within the lyrics. I think everyone will relate to this song in completely different ways and that’s what’s so beautiful about it.”
The new single sees Ashley’s vocals resound between sparsely soft piano, stretching from intimate verses into a powerful pledge, “And if I could, I would take it all away from you for good.” .
This release stands out as the official follow-up to her breakout song “Love You From A Distance.” After eclipsing 13 million streams on Spotify, it shows no signs of stopping or slowing down. She recently provided another perspective on the track with an intimate performance on the Official Acoustic Video. The song paves the way for more music to come from Ashley Kutcher very soon. Be on the lookout!
“Love You From A Distance” has amassed over 20M combined streams, and earned placement on highly coveted playlists including Pop Rising, Fresh & Chill, Alone Again, and more. With over 30K TikTok creates under her belt, and radio placement from BBC Radio 1’s ‘Best New Pop’ and Sirius XM’s ‘The Pulse’, Ashley has officially taken the plunge into her new career as a musician. While continuing to impress the world with her songwriting abilities, she is hard at work preparing for her debut project out later this year via Darkroom / Interscope.
About Ashley Kutcher
Baltimore, MD singer, songwriter, and artist Ashley Kutcher distinguishes herself as the kind of raw talent equally at home on the stage of a local bar, or live on social media. After finishing high-school, she pursued a nursing degree at Towson University. While at Towson, a local bar came across a video of her singing online and invited her to perform on their stage. This opportunity opened the floodgates as Ashley quit her waitressing job shortly after and logged regular marathon sets, often playing four hours per night.