According to Reynolds, the six-song EP deals prominently with various types of relationship, be them with family, friends or otherwise.
"Lyrically, this EP grew from co-dependent love relationships of all kinds -- with women, friends and family members," Reynolds says. "A central metaphor runs through the tracks: throwing out a 'lifeline; to others, only to find oneself suddenly drowning. Finally, the songs themselves become lifelines, hopefully grasped by those who hear them, and the solitary singer (me) who tries to take his own advice.”
Reynolds, who got his start as a drummer, is signed to Miller's REMember Music label. A singer-songwriter in the pop vein, his music has drawn comparisons to Jeff Buckley, Ryan Adams and John Mayer.
"Lifeline" officially drops April 8.