Tracy Shedd’s new song “Let It Ride” is an infectious summertime indie pop anthem about being patient and trusting your gut, and it is Shedd’s eighth single since the release of her sixth studio album The Carolinas. Since 1999, Shedd has crafted melodic, heartfelt compositions that encourage people to make the most out of every moment, and “Let It Ride” is exactly that.
Tracy Shedd is an indie rock musician who has released six studio albums with Teen-Beat, New Granada Records, Devil In The Woods, Science Project Records, and Fort Lowell Records, licensed music to Dawson’s Creek, One Tree Hill, The Fosters, and “The Rebound” (ft. Catherine Zeta-Jones), performed at CBGB, The Florida Theatre, plus festivals such as CMJ and SXSW, and has shared the stage with Cyndi Lauper, Cat Power, Iron & Wine, The Magnetic Fields, and David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets); not to mention Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth sat in on drums for her during a US tour. In this current era following her time spent performing under the name Band & The Beat, Tracy Shedd has been and continues to focus on releasing individual tracks through Fort Lowell Records as digital singles and on various compilation albums.
For those who concur with Tracy Shedd, “Let It Ride” is the soundtrack to the Summer of 2023.