Indie soul-pop artist Pamela Machala to release new album Something Simple

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BOULDER, Colo. - eTradeWire -- Colorado-based singer-songwriter Pamela Machala ("MOCK-uh-luh") calls her latest full-length album Something Simple. It's a coming of age story of truth and clarity that has one foot in the lyric-focused Laurel Canyon tradition and the other foot tapping the grooves of Motown and R&B. Something Simple will be available on all music service outlets Friday, October 30, 2020.

Of the title track, Pamela says: "I wrote that song near the end of a long-term relationship. I call it my relationship prayer. Not in the sense of praying for a new relationship, but an anchor to remind myself of how I want to treat other people, and specifically a partner. It's nice to have a reminder of what we realistically can and cannot do for others. You can't make someone else happy. But you can tell them a joke and make them laugh. And sometimes those little things mean a lot. I wrote that song with the intention of singing it to my future husband on our wedding day, and I did just that last September."

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The soon-to-be-released songs on Something Simple have already earned Pamela some accolades: the esteemed publication American Songwriter awarded her an Honorable Mention in their July 2018 contest for her original song "Cardboard Cutout", and her song "Bleeding Me Dry" received the Grand Prize in the 2019 SongDoor International Songwriting Competition. Tony Zotta, President of SongDoor, says, "Pamela's song was a runaway winner...It's the largest margin for a winning song we've ever had, a real testament to the songwriting ability of Ms. Machala." In addition, Denver's Westword nominated Pamela for "Best Pop Act of 2019." Pamela's songs would fit comfortably on a playlist featuring artists such as Sara Bareilles, Carole King, and Lake Street Dive.

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