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    Brett Eldredge Goes Back to Basics for ‘Sunday Drive’ Album

    Country singer Brett Eldredge went back to simpler times to work on new music. He started Sunday Drive with just a flip phone, Polaroid camera, notebook and guitar.

    Once he had an idea for the record, he looked for producers that shared his vision. He ultimately enlisted Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk (Kacey MusgravesGolden Hour) to help him. Their final product is Sunday Drive and it’s due out July 10. It’s just what Eldredge wanted.

    “I think you have to give yourself permission to do anything in life, to be brave a little bit. I got to a certain point where I was doing something in repetition and it was all really good… but I felt like I wasn’t giving enough of myself,” he says. “It took a lot of self-awareness to finally realize that if I do really have a lot more in me, then I’ve got to step up and I’ve got to take that step off the edge. And I think enough time of doing it the same way made me realize it’s time to do it big.”

    He’s already given us a simple of this new music with the lead single, “Gabrielle.” Fans will hear a bit of nostalgia on “Crowd My Mind,” which he wrote with Ross Copperman. That track is available as an instant gratification track along with “Where the Heart Is” which was written by Eldredge with Jessie Jo Dillon and Tyler Johnson.

    Pre-order Sunday Drive and get the three tracks above instantly.

    We take our music recommendations very seriously but we may receive some compensation through our affiliate links. This is at no cost to you.

    Country singer Brett Eldredge went back to simpler times to work on new music. He started Sunday Drive with just a flip phone, Polaroid camera, notebook and guitar.

    Once he had an idea for the record, he looked for producers that shared his vision. He ultimately enlisted Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves' Golden Hour) to help him. Their final product is Sunday Drive and it's due out July 10. It's just what Eldredge wanted.

    “I think you have to give yourself permission to do anything in life, to be brave a little bit. I got to a certain point where I was doing something in repetition and it was all really good… but I felt like I wasn’t giving enough of myself," he says. "It took a lot of self-awareness to finally realize that if I do really have a lot more in me, then I’ve got to step up and I’ve got to take that step off the edge. And I think enough time of doing it the same way made me realize it’s time to do it big.”

    He's already given us a simple of this new music with the lead single, "Gabrielle." Fans will hear a bit of nostalgia on "Crowd My Mind," which he wrote with Ross Copperman. That track is available as an instant gratification track along with "Where the Heart Is" which was written by Eldredge with Jessie Jo Dillon and Tyler Johnson.

    Pre-order Sunday Drive and get the three tracks above instantly.

    We take our music recommendations very seriously but we may receive some compensation through our affiliate links. This is at no cost to you.

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