How do music artists know when their album will be self-titled? For country star Brett Eldredge, it was when he realized every song on his latest studio album was about him, through and through. Circa News sat down with Eldredge at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York, to talk about the album and the digital age of dating.
Relationship struggles are a major theme in most music genres, but in this new technological revolution, there seems to be quite an evolution of those struggles. The blind date has become the online date, the phone call has become the late night hook-up call. Eldredge has not only created an album packed with incredible songs, both lyrically and musically, but he has made it relevant to our generation. With songs like "The Long Way" and "The Reason," he touches upon themes like the good old "drunk dial," but in the most charming way, as only Eldredge could do.
If you haven't peeped the album yet, this is one song that everyone should listen to. In a world where our heads are always buried in our phones, Eldredge not only leaves us with his sultry sound, but some real deep love advice.
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