SONG PREMIERE: Brittany Collins Drops Bluesy Brilliance On “The Apple” Off Debut LP ‘Things I Tell My Therapist”

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“This song was written about the idea that we can grow past the things that made us who we are. “The apple don’t fall far from the tree” is a sentence that always haunted me, coming from a pretty traumatic childhood, I couldn’t imagine anything worse, but as I got older I realized that there is another path. You cat choose your roots but you can find the sunlight and stretch yourself toward it,” says bluesy with a shot of twang vocalist Brittany Collins about her new latest track “The Apple.”

This track is a momunental huge nod to the artist because her debut album out on August 12th is titled Things I Tell My Therapist. With the constant stigma around mental health, we can call Collins a savior by putting the “T” word in the title of her rockin’ new artistic statement. And this is no vanilla public service message as Collins rocks with vigorous abandon reminiscent of Heartless Bastards and Lydia Loveless.

Glide is premiering the prementioned “Apple,” (below) where we get a crisp mix of rhythmic proficiency and songwriting excellence that molds a memorable track of rejuvenating melodies.

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Collins didn’t step on stage to perform in public until her twenties. Her soulful voice immediately captivated audiences with its intensity and raw energy, turning her into a darling of the Northwest music scene. Collins quickly built up an impressive resume of performances from acoustic coffeehouse shows to summer festival stages before landing spots on more extensive tours throughout California. After releasing two self-produced, self-released EPs, The Hitchhiker EP and Rough Sides, Collins is looking forward to the release of this debut album, Things I Tell My Therapist, on August 12th, 2022.

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