Rising country artist and singer/songwriter Jordana Bryant is reflecting on her latest release, “18,” released September 29. Co-written by Jordana, Jonathan Gamble and Matthew Morrisey, “18” brilliantly captures feelings of doubt, self-consciousness and uncertainty all while eloquently celebrating the beautiful uncertainty of young adulthood. Taking the country-pop genre by storm, the Pennsylvania native’s new track highlights the challenges of becoming an adult. The song has already received early support from SiriusXM’s The Highway, who added the song to their ‘On The Horizon’ weekend programming. Listen to “18” HERE.
“I think when we’re younger, we all think once we become an adult, we’ll have everything figured out,” said Jordana. “But the older I get, the more I realize that just isn’t true. No matter what age you are, you’re always going to have some questions because we’re all still growing and learning, and everyone’s on their own path.”
A song for those who feel nostalgic as they look back on their early adulthood as well as those on the cusp of it, “18” owns the message that it is okay to not have all of the answers. With heartfelt and relatable lyrics, Jordana puts her own personal pop/country flair on feelings of uncertainty as a young adult.
2023 has already had many high notes for Jordana, including her radio debut on SiriusXM’s The Highway with single, “Can I Get It Back,” as well as the release of her self-titled debut EP which reached #10 on the iTunes country album charts. The EP features fan-favorite track “Penniless and Broke” which was added to Spotify’s New Boots playlist, praised by Billboard as a ‘Must Hear New Country Song’ and featured by Glamour. Bryant’s ability to tap into emotions and situations that resonate with people across all walks of life demonstrates just how skillful she is as a songwriter.
Jordana is currently touring across the Western US opening for Season 21 winners of NBC’s The Voice, Girl Named Tom. She performed at the Orpheum Theater Friday, September 29 in Wichita, KS. Jordana will also be performing at Elevation Beaver Creek on Tuesday, October 3 and will head out on tour throughout the U.S. with Alexandra Kay in November. Visit www.jordanabryant.com for additional information and ticket details.
Stream/Purchase “18” HERE.