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Available Now: Amanda Jordan's Powerful New Single 'Somebody's Maybe'

Rising singer-songwriter Amanda Jordan's latest single, "Somebody's Maybe," is available everywhere today. Produced by Joel Bruyere (Thousand Foot Krutch), “Somebody’s Maybe” was written by Amanda and Rick Huckaby (Thomas Rhett, Tracy Lawrence, Trace Adkins). Through lyrics like “Wanna be yours, I can be alone / Wanna hear a yes, I can take a no / Anything you want baby / But I ain’t ever gonna be / Somebody’s maybe,” Amanda confidently sets boundaries and empowers listeners.

To stream and download "Somebody's Maybe," click HERE and to watch the music video, click HERE. will be adding the scenic video for “Somebody’s Maybe” to their music videos page on August 26. The single has already struck a chord with listeners and generated over 5,000 pieces of content from TikTok users over the past few weeks.

"When I wrote this song, it came from a place of love and wanting to express that love to my person but at the same time knowing who I am and what my worth is. Sometimes that involves having the strength to walk away if that worth isn’t validated or seen," Amanda shared.

"Somebody's Maybe" follows Amanda's previous single, "I Choose You," which has already amassed over 1 million streams on Spotify alone and landed her a debut television performance on ABC’s The Bachelor. The emerging Canadian artist performed the single for the newest bachelor, Clayton Echard and Susie Evans on episode 2 of season 26. Amanda has since won the hearts of new fans and followers across the globe.

Alongside her artist career, Amanda is also an up-and-coming actress who has starred in various films and roles throughout the years. In 2014, Amanda performed several original songs in the Lifetime movie, Killing Daddy, starring Elizabeth Gillies (Victorious, Dynasty). She also performed an original song, which was then licensed by the Hulu television series, Holly Hobbie, where she played a struggling songwriter busking in Nashville. Amanda was recently cast in the Hallmark movie, Feeling Butterflies, which premiered in March of 2022 and in the upcoming film set in the 40s, Christmas in Maple Hills, slated for a Fall 2022 release. Her latest role in a murder mystery film, Rush For Your Life, will also be premiering in Fall 2022.

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About Amanda Jordan:

Originally from Smith Falls, Canada – just outside of Ottawa – Amanda now calls Nashville home where she is working on her debut EP due for release in 2022. Creating music with an honest message that is poignant and impactful is important to Amanda and continues to resonate with both modern and traditional country listeners.

2021 was a breakout year for the independent artist, which saw her two singles, “Pretty Girl” and “Love You To Pieces” amass over half a million streams collectively and receive organic support from Canadian Country radio. For both tracks, Amanda received editorial support from Apple Music and Spotify on playlists such as All About Country, Next from Nashville and Country Lovin’. She was also featured on the cover of Spotify’s Live Country playlist. Setting the stage for 2022, she finished the year strong landing features on Spotify’s Best Country Songs of 2021 Canada and Fresh Finds Country: Best of 2021.

Amanda continues to develop her catalog of songs writing with the likes of Jason Matthews, Phil Barton, Rick Huckaby and Abram Dean, in anticipation for her debut EP. With great momentum and more music on the way, Amanda is excited for all that 2022 has to bring!


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