Danielle Bradbery Releases ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’ (The Vocals)

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On the one-year anniversary of the release of Danielle Bradbery’s intimately vulnerable album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, she went directly to her fans to announce a special EP project celebrating the album’s most personal tracks.

I Don’t Believe We’ve Met (The Vocals)available now, features “Worth It,” “Human Diary” and “Potential.” The three-song project celebrates the stripped-back vocal tracks from the original album, showcasing Bradbery’s powerful voice paired with the lyrics’ raw emotion.

“I’ve always loved what happens to a song when you strip it down,” Bradbery shared with her fans. “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.”

Bradbery’s sophomore album featuring those tracks was especially emotional because it marked the first time she wrote her own music, penning seven of the album’s 10 songs including singles “Sway” and “Worth It.” The album also featured “Hello Summer,” which Bradbery recently released as a reimagined duet with Thomas Rhett entitled “Goodbye Summer.”

“Coming back to these songs a year later I recognize that I have grown into a stronger, more independent woman,” reflects Bradbery. “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.”

I Don’t Believe We’ve Met (The Vocals) Track List:
1.    “Worth It” (Danielle Bradbery, Jeff Pardo, Molly Reed)
2.    “Human Diary” (Josh Kerr, Emily Weisband)
3.    “Potential” (Danielle Bradbery, Johan Lindbrandt, Emily Weisband)

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