It has been one year since the US Country sensation Danielle Bradbery released her stunning sophomore album ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met‘ via BMLG Records. And in celebration of the hugely successful record the gorgeously talented vocalist has shared an exciting EP project celebrating the LP’s most personal tracks.
The EP titled ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met (The Vocals)’ is out now and features ‘Worth It’, ‘Human Diary’ and ‘Potential’. The three song project includes stripped back vocal recordings of the songs from the original album showcasing Bradbery’s powerful vocal paired the lyrics’ raw emotion.
Speaking about the EP, Danielle Bradbery says: “I’ve always loved what happens to a song when you strip it down. You can hear moments of imperfection that you wouldn’t be able to otherwise. When I was writing and recording this project, I was in a really vulnerable and emotional place. On the day I had to lay down my vocals, I walked in the studio in tears…There’s something really special that happens when you allow yourself to be vulnerable in a space where you feel safe. I think you can feel that moment a little stronger listening to the isolated vocal tracks. Coming back to these songs a year later I recognize that I have grown into a stronger, more independent woman. I am proud of that growth, but I am also proud of the music that provided me with the ability to keep going. Being that today marks one year since the release, we decided to pay tribute to that music and the moments along the way.”
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