Former American Idol Contestant, Camille Peruto, Releases “Crooked Roads”

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Former American Idol Contestant, Camille Peruto, Releases “Crooked Roads”

Written by: Melanie Gomez

Camille Peruto is a South Jersey-based pop singer and songwriter who just released an inspiring song off of her album From the Sea to the Sky, titled “Crooked Roads.”

Sometimes our day doesn’t go as planned, but Camille is here to tell us that there are many roads in life, even ‘crooked roads.’ It’s all up to us to choose our path and believe in ourselves. And that’s the message we get while listening to “Crooked Roads.” Behind the pop track is a meaningful message, and those are the best type of pop songs in our eyes.
 
Camille was first discovered by many when she appeared on Season 14 of American Idol. Since then, she has opened for big names such as Tim Reynolds of the Dave Matthews Band, Anna Nalick from Breathe (2am), Tommy Conwell, and more. In the past, her debut album Sparrow was sold out everywhere. The only way to get a copy was to purchase the album on iTunes.

You can purchase From the Sea to the Sky on iTunes HERE.

Tracklisting:
Crooked Roads
Biscuit Moon
Can’t Get Away
Silent Melody
Let Go
Sword
The High Road
Crazy Crazy Mad
Set Up a Sail
Row Ghost
Lagoon

Check out “Crooked Roads” HERE:

Camille Peruto
http://www.camilleperuto.com
http://www.facebook.com/camilleperutomusic
http://www.twitter.com/xcamillecamille
http://www.youtube.com/xcamillecamille

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Melanie Gomez

Hi! My name is Melanie Gomez and I'm a 23 year old music journalist with a BA in Print Journalism and Music Management. I love discovering talented new artists. You can check out my discoveries here at indie-music.com. You can also find me on Twitter @melaniexgomez and Instagram @melaniegomezphotography. Professional inquires only: MelanieGomez_@hotmail.com


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