Jillian Jacqueline has released the song and video for her new track Bleachers.
Described as ‘a confident declaration’, Bleachers was co-written by Jacqueline with Tofer Brown and Trent Dabbs. The song is available now across all digital platforms to stream and download.
“I wanted to write something that felt like an anthem, a lighthearted ode to embracing individuality without sounding preachy,” Jacqueline explains. “When I wrote it, I felt like using the dynamics of high school as a way to describe life shows how the ideas and beliefs we sometimes learn young get carried into adulthood and can prevent us from embracing the contrasts that actually make the world so uniquely beautiful. It’s the most fun to sing onstage.”
The video for Bleachers features a day in the life of Jacqueline inviting fans to get an inside look at the singer-songwriter’s usual day. During the video she attends a recording session, has a photo shoot and goes shopping.
Bleachers is the follow-up to Reasons and Hate Me. To date Jacqueline has amassed more than 12.3 million streams and 1.4 million monthly listeners on streaming platforms.
In July Jacqueline will be opening shows for Dwight Yoakam.
Take a look at the music video for Bleachers below: