Along with her latest single, ‘By no means Have I Ever,’ formally at nation radio, Danielle Bradbery dished to HL all about how the music shall be indicative of extra new music to come back!

Danielle Bradbery sings about falling in love for the primary time on her new music, “By no means Have I Ever,” which she launched earlier this 12 months. The music takes her in fairly a special route from her 2017 album, I Don’t Consider We’ve Met, the place she detailed the top of a “poisonous relationship.” With “By no means Have I Ever,” she’s able to embark on a brand new period of music like we’ve by no means heard from her earlier than.

“[After my last record], I took the time in between to only develop up and get out of [my relationship] and go into a brand new relationship — one that’s actually wholesome,” Danielle defined to MeSlop EXCLUSIVELY. “”By no means Have I Ever” simply match excellent for a brand new section of my life. Sonically, it sounds slightly extra courageous, too. I’m placing slightly bit extra of R&B in it, together with nation, which is one thing I haven’t actually performed an excessive amount of. So placing out “By no means Have I Ever” is type of a brand new section of my music. I’m actually excited to see what this route of music is for me.”

Danielle Bradbery poses for a photograph shoot in promotion of her music “By no means Have I Ever.” (Peter Zavadil)

For now, Danielle is letting “By no means Have I Ever” marinate together with her followers and radio listeners, however it’s simply the beginning of extra new music to come back. “I’m positively engaged on much more,” she revealed. “This music is type of a touch of extra of a braver sound. I’m nonetheless going to be tremendous weak and trustworthy and I’m simply tremendous excited to indicate folks what I’ve been engaged on. I’ve been writing continually and placing my vocal on songs and simply making an attempt to slim down an ideal group of songs. As quickly as we get a date or no matter is subsequent, we’ll positively be letting you all know!”

Danielle Bradbery’s cowl artwork for her single, “By no means Have I Ever.” (Courtesy of BMLG Data)

Will you be closely concerned within the songwriting course of for extra new music to come back? For essentially the most half, I love being a part of the writing course of. One, as a result of it’s my story and it’s one thing I wish to make it possible for’s actually true and trustworthy to me. I wish to make it possible for, with the songs that I’m singing, folks can hear me sing it and really feel the true story behind it.

However when it comes outdoors songs that I wasn’t a part of writing, I’m nonetheless tremendous okay with that, too! I simply want to search out songs that I actually relate to and make them my very own, which I don’t have any drawback doing. There’s a few of these in there too. I simply love attending to share my true trustworthy phrases.

Why was it vital so that you can put out “By no means Have I Ever” regardless of the world being on lockdown? [Having social media] to have the ability to keep linked and discuss to followers and present everyone what’s happening in my each day life made me really feel extra comfy releasing one thing throughout a time like this. I haven’t had music out shortly, and we’ve been sitting on “By no means Have I Ever” for some time. We simply have all appreciated the music lots and felt prefer it was the right music to come back out of the woodworks with. It was additionally just a bit little bit of wanting to indicate my followers that I’m nonetheless right here and nonetheless engaged on music — and provides them one thing to take heed to throughout quarantine!

What was it like capturing a socially distanced music video for the music? It was tremendous completely different from what our regular movies are often like. We simply took it one step at a time. We discovered a director in Austin, so we drove there, frolicked and located this lovely ranch there. There have been about 5 folks on set, when there’s often much more, in order that was one huge distinction.

The director was doing, like, 5 issues without delay. All people had masks and gloves on, being tremendous cautious, although it was tremendous sizzling. We made positive of that. Clearly a number of issues that we hadn’t handled earlier than got here up, so we have been simply being there for one another and being an enormous assist for one another. We additionally didn’t have a glam individual so my mother stepped in to be my hair and make-up woman and she or he did such job. It was a number of firsts, however an expertise I’ll always remember. It turned out to be superior and I’m tremendous happy with it.”

You bought your begin in nation music by successful ‘The Voice.’ What have you ever taken with you from the present as your profession has continued? I was such a child on the present — 16 years outdated! I really feel like part of being so younger meant I was additionally capable of soak in a lot, and that’s precisely what I did. I was capable of discover ways to do interviews and be in entrance of the digital camera, and simply get used to working the stage and being on the spot. Each single a type of issues, I’ve taken with me into what I do now. It was nearly like slightly little bit of a music bootcamp for me. I actually recognize every thing I did on that present and I actually did be taught a lot.