Danielle Bradbery made a big announcement Monday morning, one that should make fans waiting for new music very very happy.
Her first single, “Friend Zone” will be released on Friday August 28. The Voice 4 winner tweeted the announcement, along with the single cover art.
— Danielle Bradbery (@DBradbery) August 24, 2015
Here’s a live version of the song recorded back in March in concert at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center, where she opened for Miranda Lambert. The song features a spoken-word chorus and is co-written by Danielle, Mikal Blue, Johan Lindbrandt and Shari Short.
“I’ve been writing in Los Angeles and in Nashville, so I’ve been getting the two worlds — and trust me, it is two worlds,” she told the crowd at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut early August about co-writing songs for her yet-to-be titled sophomore album. “It’s been an amazing experience to get to write. And it’s more personal, I think. It’s amazing.”
ETA: New version recorded in June.