Brett Eldredge dismisses party love songs in favor of big-picture dissertations on his new album 'Sunday Drive. The meditation sessions can probe some heavy topics. One morning he found himself contemplating the idea of his last day alive. How would he live it? How would he want to feel? These days, Eldredge is more concerned with leaving a lasting impact instead of forgettable social-media posts. On his new album Sunday Drive , released July 10th, Eldredge commits himself to the bigger picture.
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Brett Eldredge has been running full speed ahead with a grueling tour schedule and little time off since signing with Atlantic Records 10 years ago. In early , that all changed when the singer decided to step away from the spotlight to reconnect with himself. The affable country singer is well known for his engaging social media presence that once included the endearing Snapchat series Bed Head Jams, frequent posts of his beloved dog Edgar, and humorous adventures on the road. On Jan. To start , I am going to go back in time to Love Brett. And with a flip phone, notepad and pen, Eldredge stepped away to reset before working on what would become his deeply personal fifth studio album Sunday Drive. The singer-songwriter retreated to California solo before teaming up with Grammy Award-winning producers Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk for his most definitive album yet.
On his fifth album, Brett Eldredge proves you can go home again. For Sunday Drive, the artist — who has lived in Nashville for the past 14 years and recorded all of his four albums there — decided he needed to make a change. But over the years, the rigorous recording schedules, the constant touring, and his ubiquitous online presence took their toll. He began to feel something was missing, something he had not so much lost as mislaid. I want to have a box set someday.
Eldredge has had five No. He has an older brother, Brice. His cousin, Terry Eldredge, is a former member of the Grascals. It debuted at number 52 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart dated for the week ending October 16,  and reached a peak of number Eldredge performed on the Grand Ole Opry on October 29,