Following an incredible album release week, Brett Eldredge is set to share more Songs About You on Good Morning America next Tuesday (6/28) with a performance of his current single and title-track “Songs About You” (listen here). On Wednesday (6/22), Eldredge also delighted late-night TV viewers with a stunning performance of “Holy Water” on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (watch here).
Eldredge “continues with his brand of smooth, easygoing grooves that highlight his endless vocal charisma” (Billboard) throughout the new album and is already seeing rave reviews. PEOPLE described it as “a necklace of twelve gems, each with its own sparkle, from the unbridled joy of the first track, ‘Can’t Keep Up,’ to the achingly sweet sadness of final track, ‘Where the Light Meets the Sea.’ Every single song was co-written by Eldredge — and both lyrics and melodies shine with masterful, evocative themes. Every single song also was crafted to fully exploit the potency of Eldredge’s singular voice.”
Billboard agreed, saying “Sonically, the album strips away anything that would distract from the project’s vocals and lyrics, which find Eldredge digging deeper into not only themes of love and heartbreak, but mental health.” In addition, CMT declared that “an album like Songs About You is way overdue, as the genre has been craving a raw collection that sparks the importance of mental health and addresses anxiety, love, unexpected heartbreak all in one. Eldredge proves he has an impressive way with words, as the lyrics of each melody tend to cut deep.”
Eldredge is currently crossing the country on his headlining Songs About You Tour, joined by various special guests including BRELAND, Nate Smith, Lauren Alaina, Shelby Darrall and Caylee Hammack. Tickets are on sale now at https://www.bretteldredge.com/tour.
The new music follows his seven country-radio No. 1’s, nine Gold and Platinum-certified singles, two Gold-certified albums, multiple CMA, ACM and CMT Music nominations and wins and most recently, his critically acclaimed fourth studio record, Sunday Drive.