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Eldredge returns with new single on Friday

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 – Almost two years after his last release, Brett Eldredge returns Friday with a new single, "Gabrielle."

Having co-written the wistful, piano-driven track alongside its award-winning producers Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves' "Golden Hour"), "Gabrielle" finds Eldredge reflecting on the end of a relationship and ultimately wishing the other person the best.

The song goes for adds on April 27.

"'Gabrielle' is about a love that didn't quite work out, and you always wonder what it could have been," said Eldredge. "It could've ended up being something amazing, and you wonder what they're doing in their life right now and go back to those feelings when you hear the song."

"Being on this journey with Brett has been profound for me on many levels," said Fitchuk. "I'm so proud of Brett and his ability to take a moment to self-reflect and search for what matters most and fully lean into where the heart is."

"I have such huge respect for Brett's talents, not only as a singer, but also as a communicator," said Tashian. "His ability to connect with his audiences through songs is right up there with the greats. He grew up listening to a lot of Sinatra, and it shows."

Eldredge's last CD was a self-titled disc out in August 2017. The last single from that album, "Love Someone," came out in June 2018.

Eldredge will launch his first-ever official fan club, The Locals.


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