Danielle Bradbery’s ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’ – Reviewed by Laura Klonowski

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  • November 13, 2017
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Danielle Bradbery is one of the fastest rising country artists around at the moment. The blonde singer combines authentic country vibes with a pop production to crate a sound capable of ruling any chart in the world.

Next month she is all set to take the world by storm with the release of sophomore LP ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’. The album is the follow up to her 2013 self-titled debut release.

The new record is formidable and highlights the incredible growth Bradbery has taken since her first studio release four years ago. Her voice and lyrical styles are now much more mature and the sound she is creating has all the ingredients to create a huge crossover buzz.

The polished album opens with the catchy ‘Sway’ this track has a great toe-tapping beat mixed with fantastic story-telling lyrics evident of old-school Taylor Swift. It’s a really cool track that will appeal to the younger audience who are looking for pop influenced country acts.

Up next we have ‘Potential’ which is a gorgeous ballad that shows another side to Bradbery and highlights her impeccable writing talents and crystal clear vocals. Her voice has shades of Nashville star Lennon Stella which a fantastic thing. This is a real standout on the 10-song album.

The third song on the record is the guitar heavy ‘What Are We Doing’. This is one of the most country tracks on the LP and the hand clapping beat adds another layer to the slow style jam. It’s a real highlight on the LP, and Daniella’s vocals sound incredible.

Next is ‘Worth It’ which has the production of a massive country/pop hit similar to the likes that Shania Twain has been releasing for years. It’s a power anthem about knowing your worth and is a real feminist song that will become a huge hit with girls and women all over the world.

The fifth track on the LP is the guitar based ‘Can’t Stay Mad’. This song is very influenced by Taylor Swift from time gone by. It’s steeped in country vibes with its guitar heave production but it also has a feel of a huge pop hit. Radios will love this song.

Next we have ‘Messy’ which has hit written all over it. The stripped back production mixed with Bradbery’s stunning vocals make this ballad the perfect choice as the next official single. It’s a gorgeous song and tells the world that Bradbery is one to watch.

At number seven is the insanely catchy ‘Red Wine and White Couch’. It has a ballad feel but the chorus is a sing-a-long anthem. It’s a huge song and has the potential to become a huge chart hit all over the world.

Next is ‘Hello Summer’, this song has been opening doors for Danielle this year and it’s no surprise that this a fans favoruite. If you like The Shires then you’re gonna love this song. The beat is reminiscent to what the UK band create and Danielle’s vocals sound stunningly similar to Crissie Rhodes’.

At number nine is the breathtaking ‘Human Diary’. This is a lush slow-beat country ballad that allows Danielle Bradery’s stunning vocals to shine. It’s the best slow song on the record with heartbreaking lyrics.

The album comes to a close with guitar influenced ‘Laying Low’ which the most pure country track on the LP. It has very few pop influences but this slow jam still has the potential to become a huge crossover hit.

RATING: 4.5/5

Danielle Bradbery’s new album ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’ will be released on the 1st of December!

Review written by Laura Klonowski

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