Jillian Jacqueline has released new EP Side A.
The rising star has included 9 tracks on the release that she’s co-written alongside songwriters such as Lori McKenna, Sarah Buxton, and Trent Dabbs. Side A is available to download and stream now.
“I’m so proud and ready to share SIDE A, the first collection of songs off of my debut full-length album. I hope that anyone who’s listened and loved my music so far feels as excited about this release as I do,” shares Jacqueline. “I don’t take it lightly that I get to share my stories with you guys, and these songs in all of their transparency, heartache, pride, humor, growth, and ‘humanness’ are just the beginning.”
The EP comes following the release of four tracks by Jacqueline over the summer. Her first release Reasons picked up more than 11 million streams on Spotify and Hate Me, Bleachers and God Bless This Mess have all topped 1 million plays.
Side A was produced by Tofer Brown and features all four songs already released alongside new tracks Sugar and Salt, and Holier Than Thou. It also features acoustic versions of Reasons, Hate Me and God Bless This Mess.
Side A will be followed up by Side B in early 2018.
Before then Jacqueline will arrive in the UK for a three-day tour of London as part of Country Music Week.