Danielle Bradbery Shows Off Dramatic Hair Transformation: ‘Out With The Old, In With The New’
Bradbery debuted her new hairstyle ahead of the release of her new song “The Day That I’m Over You.”
Danielle Bradbery; Photo Courtesy Instagram
Danielle Bradbery is turning heads with her brand-new look!
The songstress recently took to social media to show off her new hairstyle while sharing a sneak peek into something she’s got in the works.
“Today’s office,” she wrote on her Instagram story while showing off a well-lit garage that held a collection of vintage and racing cars as the backdrop.
Her stunning makeup look paired perfectly with her freshly-colored and cut hair, which she debuted via social media on August 14. The photo revealed that Bradbery has ditched her blonde locks for a shorter brunette style.
“Out with the old, in with the new 😏💇🏽♀️,” she wrote in the caption.
Another Instagram story revealed that Bradbery has been spending some time in the studio recently and is preparing to unveil her next song titled, “The Day That I’m Over You.” This tune will follow her string of releases that includes “A Special Place,” “Monster,” and her latest, “Runaways.”
Fans were quick to share their excitement for the new music in the comment section. One user wrote “You’re music is the BEST. I can’t waittt,” while another said, “So ready for it 🔥🔥🔥.”
The Texas native shared a glimpse into “The Day That I’m Over You” through a recent performance clip that showed off her soft yet poignant vocals and impressive storytelling skills. The slow-tempo tune finds Bradbery dreaming of the day she finally moves on from a past relationship. Upon reflection, the powerful chorus unveils a realization that everything will change once she’s no longer the girl whose world revolves around this person who was once a huge part of her life.
“The day I go to a party with no end goal / The day all my friends say your name and it ain’t hateful / The day that it’s really over / The day that I’m over you / What will I talk about / Who will my world revolve around / Who am I if not the girl obsessed with you,” she sings.
Bradbery admitted that she has already been showcasing this new song on the road this summer, and it will likely remain a part of her set when she joins Jordan Davis on select dates of his Damn Good Time Tour.
Throughout the fall, the multi-platinum, CMA award-winning entertainer will play his largest venues to date as a headliner in support of his latest album, Bluebird Days.
The upcoming stint of shows will kick off this August 31 in Atlanta, GA at the Roxy before heading to Nashville on Labor Day Weekend. Bradbery will join the trek starting September 9 in Columbus, OH and remain on the lineup throughout the month.
Additional tour openers include Avery Anna, Gabby Barrett, Flatland Calvary, Greylan James, Dylan Marlowe, Kameron Marlowe, Mike Ryan, Connor Smith and Georgia Webster on select dates.
This upcoming tour won’t be the first time Bradbery and Davis have worked together. Back in September 2022, they also previously joined forces on a duet called “Midnight Crisis.”
Penned by Davis alongside Paul DiGiovanni and Derrick Southerland, and produced by DiGiovanni, this song conveys the story of ex-lovers that find themselves battling the memories of their past relationship that they’re unable to let go of. If only they could move on by dying their hair a new color or buying a new car, but it’s not that easy because the only thing they want when they lie awake at night is each other. If they find themselves running back to the relationship that didn’t work out in the first place, they know it would “undo all the progress” that they’ve made.
“But this is a midnight crisis / ‘Cause I ain’t got ya / No, I ain’t got ya with me / In this midnight crisis / I’m wide awake / I’m playing back our history / All that I’m wanting is you right now / It hit me right outta the blue / Ain’t never felt nothing like this / This is a midnight crisis,” they sing as they effortlessly match each other’s energy in the chorus.
“Midnight Crisis” initially garnered a strong attraction from fans on social media and later appeared on Davis’ most recent album, Bluebird Days.
Before hitting the road with her duet partner, Danielle Bradbery will perform at the New York State Fairgrounds on Friday (Sept. 1).
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.