NEW SINGLE OUT NOW!! “LET IT BE LOVE” KERI McINERNEY  

International award-winning artist, Keri McInerney unveils her latest single ‘LET IT BE LOVE”, globally! 

Hot on the heels of Keri’s recent Top 30 international hit single, ‘Waiting On The Other Side’, Keri’s latest single, ‘Let It Be Love, now premiers worldwide. The single represents a genuine creative leap with an emotive co-write, by Keri McInerney and Australian songwriter, Greg T Ross. 

‘Let It Be Love’, is a beautiful mesh of poignant lyrics, warm melodies, and exceptional musicianship. Light and uplifting, ‘Let It Be Love’, is a message offering hope, and touches on the vulnerabilities of a forever love. 

“A very personal song, it’s been a wonderful project to be involved in, as it was written for Greg’s wife Wendy, who lost her battle to Pancreatic Cancer. We hope sales, will also raise funds for the PANCARE Foundation”. – Keri McInerney. 

The single ‘Let It Be Love, is now available for download and streaming on all digital platforms. 

Stay tuned for more touring announcements – and the release of more tracks – between now and Keri’s new album release.

KERI MCINERNEY WORKING ON INTERNATIONAL PROJECT TO PROMOTE BRAIN ANEURYSM AWARENESS 

Keri McInerney is currently in production with a new project to help promote Brain Aneurysm Awareness. 

The recording and video project, has connected with survivors world wide, who have all come on board to support this project, in the hope it will not only make a statement of their own survival after suffering brain aneurysms, but also it may just help to save someone's life. 

'have over 20,000 people showing interest in being involved in this project and I hope to make this happen in a big way', Keri said. 

Keri McInerney, created this campaign, after also becoming a survivor of a brain aneurysm. Keri prefers the term 'Warrior'  as she battled hard to get through a this major life challenge, but with focus and positivity, she has succeeded. Keri is now 'on a mission' to let music, send out the message, that survival of a brain aneurysm is possible, if you know what symptoms to look for, and catch the aneurysm early and seek treatment. 'You can survive. I consider myself one of the lucky ones, as so many don't survive, that is why early detection is so important'. Keri said.

Keri hopes that this production will raise much need awareness worldwide.  The release should be early 2020.