Country star Danielle Bradbery has shared her new single “Girls In My Hometown,” the release of which on Friday (25) coincided with her launch of a new Music & Fashion series on her social media channels.
The series follows Bradbery’s feature in Modeliste magazine, and began with her Fendi Lookbook. It will continue on her channels, highlighting each of the looks created at the content photoshoot.
In another new interview feature, Wonderland magazine notes: “With crooning country vocals and stunning range in tow, the singer is currently gearing up to drop her third studio album – following up from her breathtaking 2017 album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.”
“Girls In My Hometown” was written by Nicolle Gaylon, Josh Osbourne, and Emily Weisband, and produced by Dan Huff. The former winner of The Voice performed it at an industry showcase during February’s pre-lockdown 2020 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. Nycountryswag.com describes it as “a poignant tune about feeling jaded and nostalgic about life and wondering about the people from your past.”
“I want my music to be a safe place for people”
In the Wonderland feature, Bradbery confides: “I want my music to be a safe place for people. I want it to be music they want to throw on to feel good! I’m always going to preach about honesty and show my vulnerable sides and I’m always going to put out music both women and men can listen to and find their own ways of relating to it!
“I’ve always been the sweatpants, chill, friends with everyone type of girl and have no shame walking into a house party with my hair thrown in a bun in sweats which I’ve done many times haha. I’ll always be there for you, but I’ll also shoot ya straight– I guess I want to show a lot of that through my music as well!”