Nashville based, Canadian country singer Cole Bradley is the newcomer you need on your music radar. We’ve got the premiere of his song, “Happy Hour.” After just one listen, you’ll know why we love him.
Like many aspiring musicians, Bradley moved to Nashville to work on, and expand his music. He’s fresh off the release of his first summer track, “What We’ll Get Into,” and now he’s back with an even more fitting summer anthem. “Happy Hour” is a little pop, a lot of country and a ton of fun. It’s a great glimpse into Bradley’s personality. Like his music, he’s positive and full of life.
Nashville Noise is pleased to exclusively premiere “Happy Hour.” Take a listen below.
“We wrote ‘Happy Hour’ in July of 2016 and it was just one of those songs that felt magical right from the start,” Bradley explains. “The unique bass groove, fun lyrics and driving chorus create a solid party anthem that anyone looking to have a ‘good time’ can relate to. My hope is that people can kick back, have a beer and blast this track all summer long!”
Bradley co-wrote the upbeat track along with Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, Sandy Chila and Alex Dezen. The country singer takes his songwriting very seriously and hones his craft here in Nashville at places like the legendary Bluebird Cafe.
“As an artist, it’s important for me to share my feelings through the songs. When people listen to my music, my hope is that they connect and relate to my stories.”
Like “Happy Hour”? Give Bradley a like on Facebook or follow him on Instagram. If you’re in town for CMA Fest, check him out on June 7 at The Local. The set is from 4:30 PM to 5:15 PM and Apollo’s Crown will also perform.