Ashley McBryde to release her much anticipated second solo album 'Never Will' on April 3

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Ashley McBryde

Current CMA New Artist of the Year Ashley McBryde has announced that she will release her much awaited second album ‘Never Will’ on April 3. You can pre-order the album here.
McBryde took the country music genre by storm when she released her debut album ‘Girl Going Nowhere’ in 2018 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.
Last year, she was a Main Stage act at C2C 2019, embarked on her biggest headline date outside of the US (including a date at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire) and was part of the second female medley at the CMA Awards, where Karen Fairchild declared all of those on stage as the “future of country music.”
Since her release of ‘Girl Going Nowhere’, McBryde has released one single in the form of One Night Standards, so the vast majority of ‘Never Will’ will have been unheard of to the public.
Speaking about the album – which will once again be produced by Jay Joyce – McBryde explained the meaning behind the album title and that it came from her issuing a rallying cry to her bandmates – either give this your all, or don’t bother.
“The significance behind the album title comes from the lyrics in the title track: I Didn’t, I Don’t and I Never Will,’” McBryde said. “Before we recorded it with Jay [Joyce] in the studio, I said to my bandmates, ‘If we’re going to cut this and put it on the record, you’re promising anyone who ever listens to our music, we don’t listen to the noise in the background.
“We didn’t, we don’t and we never will. Don’t cut it unless you’re willing to promise it.’ And we cut it right then.”
Ashley McBryde is currently on tour in the US and has dates pencilled in until the mid July.

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