NASHVILLE, Tenn. – By popular demand from his fans, outlaw country rocker Jacob Bryant releases "Addicted To Heartbreak," available everywhere today. Written by Bryant, Nick Sizemore and Matthew J. Adkins and produced by Bryant and Jesse Triplett, the track combines heartache, regret and acceptance all wrapped up in a soulful ballad that chronicles the habit of choosing the wrong relationship. Bryant drew inspiration from his influences of Keith Whitley, Hank Williams Jr. and George Jones to craft this powerful song.
To stream and download "Addicted To Heartbreak," click HERE.
This release follows the Georgia native’s latest radio single “Amen,” which recently ranked in the Top 50 on Billboard’s Indicator chart and is currently at No. 7 on CDX's True Indie Chart. The track "delivers a moodiness that leans against heavy use of a vibey organ within its instrumentation (Today's Country Magazine)" and was the first single released from Bryant's highly praised album, Bar Stool Preacher.
Released on Jan. 14 via Thirty Tigers and American Roots Records, Bar Stool Preacher"tells deeply personal stories about his long, hard road to this phase of his life and career (Wide Open Country)." With over 3 million streams to date, Bar Stool Preacher has landed in the Top 30 on Billboard's Current Country Albumsand Top New Artist Albums and received recognition from Billboard, People.com, The Boot/Taste of Country, CMT.com, American Songwriter and many more. In support of the release, Bryant is currently on his Bar Stool Preacher tour and will be performing in his hometown of Jasper, Ga. on Sept. 3 at The Lodge at Old Mill and at the 4th Annual Coptoberfest in Johnstown, Pa. on Oct. 8. To purchase tickets, click HERE.
About Jacob Bryant:
Lauded by People Magazine as a "country star who is singing from experience," powerhouse vocalist Jacob Bryant continues breaking the mold as a new artist. With his most recent album release, Bar Stool Preacher (Jan. 14), Bryant has already amassed more than 2 million streams across all streaming platforms and debuted on Apple Music Country's Best New Songs and New in Country as well as Spotify's New Boots, New Music Nashville, Fresh Finds: Country and Country Rocks, among others. Bar Stool Preacher reflects hard work and passion from different aspects of Bryant's life from “The Bottom (Raise 'Em Up),” which "honors those who had to start at the bottom and made their dreams come true through hard work and determination (Billboard)" to "Heartbeat," where the singer's "rich baritone lends itself perfectly to this love song (The Boot/Taste of Country)." Bryant is a true road warrior and spent hundreds of thousands of miles on the road playing in honky tonks, fairs and even the Mother Church of Country Music, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, and is now embarking on his Bar Stool Preachertour.