For the first time in two years, Danielle Bradbery has put out a brand new single. Her song "Sway" was released yesterday, and it was confirmed in a press release today that it's going to be on her upcoming project.
It's not clear if the project is going to be a full-length album or an EP. What was revealed is that it'll come out this year via Big Machine Records. The upcoming project will be the follow-up to the country music singer's 2013 self-titled album, which features her hit single "The Heart of Dixie."
In the press release, Bradbery talked a little about the song. She said, “All I’ve ever wanted to do was relate to people through my songs, and I’ve worked so hard to get to a point where my lyrics and sound are true to me. I put my heart into ‘Sway’ and all of the songs on the upcoming project, and I think fans will feel that come through when they listen.”
Danielle Bradbery came to fame in 2013 when she won season four of "The Voice." She was on Blake Shelton's team, and after her win she went on to tour with Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett and Hunter Hayes.
Bradbery is currently not touring, but fans can catch her at the 2017 CMT Music Awards. Bradbery, Nick Jonas, and Thomas Rhett are all up for Performance of the Year for their collaboration on the song "Close." She'll also be at the CMA Music Festival on June 9, and will perform at the Ladies of Country show that night at 7 p.m.