Kiss The Ground, the first full-length album from Kayla Schureman is a windows-down ,whatever the weather, drive through the Americana soundscape.  Subtle nods to artists like Ryan Adams, Jenny Lewis, and Kathleen Edwards abound, but the songs are fresh, focused and pulling their own weight.  At times dark and desperate, each track still glistens with the hope of the great wide open, territory that Schureman narrates and navigates with one eye on the rearview and her foot on the gas.  A little bit country, and never short on rock and roll, the album tells a story that’s there and back and gone again with plenty of guitar along the way.

Produced by Kayla Schureman & Nate Campisi
Mixed by Nate Campisi, Mr. Smalls Studio- Pittsburgh, PA
Mastered by Reuben Cohen, Lurssen Mastering- Burbank, CA

Photos by Marie Mashyna


No Depression

Full album review circulating on No Depression- Journal of Roots Music

Pittsburgh Post Gazette

"Kayla Schureman taps into Laurel Canyon roots on 'Kiss the Ground'..."

Sound Scene Express

"...But there’s a difference between being retro and being timeless, and what makes this collection of songs truly remarkable is their ability to hold up outside of any era."


The Local 913 featured artist of the week!

Red Line Roots

"If Stevie Nicks was a little more country, that’s where Schureman’s voice lays. A gorgeous tone that is lightly iced with the subtlest twang that says “this is a little bit country, but a whole lot of something special”. 

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