Check out Ryan Kinder’s latest single

Leap of Faith features Kinder’s signature guitar skills and introspective lyrics. 

With unbreakable concentration and masterful guitar skills, Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville artist Ryan Kinder has delivered his latest offering, ‘Leap of Faith’ with a mesmerising visual and an audio accompaniment.

Written by Kinder along with Fred Wilhelm and Luke Sheets, Leap of Faith features his now-signature intricate guitar licks and introspective lyrics. Flexing his string expertise, Kinder supplies electric guitar, acoustic guitar and resonator guitar contributions in addition to his gritty vocals. Frequent collaborators Kristen Rogers and April Rucker offer their backing vocals throughout Leap of Faith.

Kinder explains, “With Leap of Faith, I’ve had the chance to live with it, rework it, go back to the original version, play with 1,000 different solos and test it out with my fans. I dug through the catalog and found what made me fall in love with songwriting. I got to go back to my roots with this song and it rocked.”

As People notes, “Ryan Kinder is making a name for himself in Nashville” and the singer-songwriter will propel that momentum as he performs here in the UK for the first time later this month at C2C Festival in London and Glasgow before heading to Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham on tour:

10 March – SSE Hydro, Glasgow (C2C Festival)
11 March – O2 Arena, London (C2C Festival)
12 March – The Borderline (w/Ashley McBryde)
13 March – Arts Club, Liverpool (w/Ashley Campbell, Mo Pitney)
14 March – Deaf Institute, Manchester (w/Ashley Campbell, Mo Pitney)
16 March – O2 Institute 3, Birmingham (w/Ashley Campbell, Mo Pitney)

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