Anglo/Austrian, country/Americana outfit, Two Ways Home release the second reworked song in their trilogy of reimagined tracks. Prove Me Wrong // Re-Defined is a more stripped-back acoustic version of its rockier original. This Re-Defined version takes the song back to its roots, concentrating mainly on the guitar and the vocals, giving it a laidback toe tapping feel.
To celebrate the release the pair have taken on several challenges on Instagram in the past week trying to prove anyone wrong who sent a challenge video. Check back over the next week to see more Prove Me Wrong related content from funny to bizarre. Some of the challenges that have already been taken on include; ‘sing a Tina Turner chorus in a different language’, ‘how many grapes can you fit in your mouth’ and ‘eat five tacos in under a minute’ and there are many more to come.
Listen to the new Re-Defined version here: https://found.ee/ProveMeWrong
Two Ways Home are made up of songwriters Isabella MaK from Vienna, Austria and Gloucestershire lad Lewis Fowler. A trip to Nashville in 2013 inspired a new name and anchored their love for Folk-Rock, Country and Americana music. The pair have been honing their craft and have released several Eps as well as standalone singles.
Since the release of their debut EP back in 2015, Isabella and Lewis have established themselves as firm favourites on the British Country/Americana scene, having shared stages with the likes of Phil Vassar and Sarah Darling as well as performing at popular festivals such as Nashville Meets London and The Long Road.
After being discovered and playlisted by Caffe Nero across 600+ stores worldwide, Lewis and Isabella embarked on a tour in 2019, playing 33 shows in 3 weeks ending with them being crowned Caffé Nero “Artist of the Month” in the October of that year.
They’ve also made waves internationally, touring in the US and throughout Europe. Receiving great support in Germany and Austria, their music has been playlisted in McDonald’s and major shopping centres throughout the country.
Their ‘Closest Stranger’ EP garnered support from Chris Country Radio, Country Hits Radio and BBC regional stations have been long-time supporters.
The duo have also been trailblazers for the country scene in London, hosting their own songwriter event ‘The Round Up’, which has attracted high-profile names from Nashville such as Charlie Worsham and Lainey Wilson, whilst giving a fantastic platform for homegrown talent.