Texas-born singer/songwriter Bri Fletcher is unveiling her brand new single, “Therapy,” this Friday, and she’s giving Country Now readers an exclusive first listen.
Co-written by Fletcher alongside Wes Strunk and Nate Alan, “Therapy” finds the vocal powerhouse struggling over a relationship and ultimately realizing it’s completely one-sided.
“Therapy” is about that push and pull struggle of wanting to be there for someone you care about, but also needing someone to be there for you,” Fletcher explains of the new track.
The raw and honest song showcases Fletcher’s unique brand of country music as well as her vocal prowess. The Texas native describes the tune as a “fun approach to country music with a little bit of R&B and Pop vibes mixed in.”
“Therapy” follows the release of “Stay the Same,” a duet with JC Anderson.
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Fletcher, a native of Fort Worth, Texas was just three years old when she realized her love for music. She went on to spend her childhood performing any time she got the chance and by the age of 15, she had already penned over 200 songs. She used her songwriting to cope with the bullying she encountered in school and later started the Teen Guidance Foundation Debully in an effort to end bullying in schools. Fletcher now uses her voice to encourage children to look to music as a creative outlet and to help them overcome adversity.
Now a resident of Nashville, Tenn., Fletcher continues to work on her music while traveling to various schools across the country to share her story with students.
Fans can keep up with Bri Fletcher on Instagram.