Cassadee Pope fans, it's time to sing about the good times. "The Voice" season three winner has finally revealed plans for her next musical chapter. Following 2013's Frame by Frame, which spawned the platinum-selling, Top 10 track "Wasting All These Tears," the singer is readying the release of her new solo single "Summer," to coincide with an EP of the same name. On the four-track project (out June 3), Pope enlists the songwriting oomph of Jimmy Robbins, Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington, Ross Copperman and more.
The Summer music video is also expected to premiere June 3 with the song impacting radio three days later.
Last week, Pope scored her first-ever No. 1 hit with Chris Young on the soaring "Think of You," off Young's latest studio album I'm Comin' Over. She continues as opener on Young's accompanying I'm Comin' Over Tour well into the fall. Details here.
Within the past year, Pope has been performing "Summer" quite extensively out on the road. Check out a performance of the song above.
Summer track list is as follows:
1. “Summer” (Pope/Kelly Archer/Emily Shackelton)
2. “Piano” (Pope/Jimmy Robbins/Laura Veltz)
3. “Kisses at Airports” (Jessi Alexander/Connie Harrington/Chase McGill)
4. “Alien” (Pope/Ross Copperman/Jon Nite)