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Perfect timing for a crankin’ summertime release, Lia Caton struts her stuff like a country Pat Benatar with her latest sassy offering Trouble. The sexy, upbeat track encourages throwing caution to the wind and letting the sparks fly. Fans can pre-save the track releasing this Friday, July 1 by clicking here.

Produced by Sean Giovanni (John Legend, Tim McGraw, Big & Rich), Trouble serves as the fifth preview track from her forthcoming album titled Someone Like You.


This single truly makes you want to let go and have your heart take the reins. From the chorus to the bridge, listeners will feel the buildup to release all inhibitions.

Here’s a preview for some lyrics from “Trouble” 


My hearts got its rules but tonight I’ll forget ‘em  

Yeah I’ll take that drink and just go with it 

I wanna let the sparks fly  

Wanna take it for a ride  

Hit the gas, kick it back  

And just keep going 

Lia broke out onto scene with her 2021 single “Hell or High Water”. The release would become the first of two releases to land on the official Academy of Country Music’s New Music Friday playlist putting her in the company of artists like Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert & Dolly Parton. The song was also recently nominated for “Female Country Single of the Year” for the 8th Annual Josie Music Awards, where Lia also scored a nomination in the category for “Vocalist of the Year”. Last month, Lia appeared on Center Stage Live showcasing her releases in a simulcast across social sites like RFD-TV, CDX and many others.  


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About Lia Caton 

Lia Caton is a tenacious country artist and songwriter hailing from Naperville, Ill. a Chicago suburb. Her kind heart and strong spirit are readily apparent with each of her projects as she infuses her mission to heal, inspire and advocate for causes close to home. As a child, Lia witnessed her father’s struggle with addiction and homelessness. Overcoming this kind of childhood adversity, this soulful songwriter moved from a suburb of Boston to the “Windy City” to pursue a music career. Inspired by the sultry vocal tones of Bonnie Raitt and Wynonna Judd, Caton’s signature sound is raw and recognizably intimate as she narrates her own human experience through original songs. Her first release, “Spare Some Time” released in the midst of covid (2020), was Lia’s effort at spreading kindness and connectivity by valuing people from all walks of life. Along with homelessness, Lia champions children’s causes and animal advocacy. Lia and her family have experienced the joy a rescue pet can bring to a home. Beyond the stage, this mom and wife rejuvenates in nature whether hiking, horseback riding or hitting the ski slopes. Her next release, Trouble, is a co-write with Benji Harris (previous hits in the CMT Top 20 countdown) with production by Sean Giovanni (John Legend, Tim McGraw, and Big & Rich).