Danielle Bradbery delivered a brand new nostalgic song entitled “Girls In My Hometown” on Friday, September 25.
The Dan Huff-produced, heartfelt track was penned by Nicolle Gaylon, Josh Osbourne and Emily Weisband and could’ve been a page right out of Bradbery’s own diary.
“Are they getting married? / Are they getting jaded? / When they think seventeen do they think of me and wonder if I made it? / Are they really happy? / Are they making daddy proud? / What makes ‘em cry? / What gets ‘em high? / I think about the girls in my hometown,” The powerhouse vocalist sings in the chorus.
The ballad was first heard at the February 2020 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville ahead of the global health crisis.
While 2020 has been a trying year for many artists, quarantine has given Bradbery time to create. Kicking off a new musical chapter earlier this year, Bradbery’s latest single “Never Have I Ever” continues to climb at Country radio as it surpasses over 14 million global streams to date. She recently shared a new acoustic version that “displays her impressive range” (MusicRow) following the release of the socially distant filmed official music video, proving to be one of her most raw performances to date. Director Peter Zavadil honed in on the butterfly-inducing lyrics, penned by Bradbery, Laura Veltz and David Hodges, to bring this epic stunner to life – watch below.
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