Danielle Bradbery reflects on lost love in her latest release, “Break My Heart Again.”
A stunning showcase of Bradbery‘s pristine vocals, “Break My Heart Again” finds the 25-year-old crooning over her ex, admitting she would experience heartbreak all over again in exchange for just one more night together.
“So break my heart again, break my heart again/ You could be gone in the morning/ I wouldn’t mind if it meant I got one more night/ Love drunk on your skin, don’t care where we’ve been/ If I could have you in the end/ I’d let you break my heart over and over again,” she emotionally sings on the chorus.
While she didn’t have a hand in writing the track, the season 4 The Voice champ says she connected with it immediately.
“When writing a song, usually it’s coming from a place that’s personal. For me I’m always trying to put out what’s truly real to me and real for my fans,” Danielle explains. “Even though I wasn’t in the room when this song was created, there’s still something so special about listening to a song that you immediately feel something for, as if you were there writing it.”
Listen To “Break My Heart Again”
Bradbery first heard the song, which was co-written by Rob Grimaldi (“Butter”) and Riley Biederer, nearly two years ago.
“I played the demo over and over again for a while and I could not let the song go from my hands. I had empathy for this girl in the song that was so torn from the heavy feelings she had towards this guy and what they were going through. I have felt it at a point in my life, and I know others have too,“ Danielle continues. “So, let the song tell you it’s story all while the melody takes you on a unique journey.”
The Texas native debuted “Break My Heart Again” this past weekend on NBC’s Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships: Prevagen Skating Spectacular in a powerful performance alongside Olympic skater Karen Chen.
“Break My Heart Again” follows the release of the sassy “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots.”
Danielle Bradbery is expected to continue to release new music throughout the year.