Review: Danielle Bradbery soars on sassy new single 'Friend Zone' Special

Posted Aug 28, 2015 by Markos Papadatos
Country singer Danielle Bradbery, winner of the fourth season of "The Voice," is back with her newest country single "Friend Zone."
Country singer Danielle Bradbery
Country singer Danielle Bradbery
Big Machine Records
"Friend Zone" is a fitting tune to release towards the end of the summer, and for the start of her fans' academic school year and the upcoming football season. There are some clever sports analogies (example: touchdown, sideline) in its lyrics.
"You think you're doin' just fine, but oh, she got you on the sideline, You think you're flyin' towards the end zone, You're just headed towards the friend zone," Bradbery sings, in her euphonious voice.
Best known for her Top 12 hit single "The Heart of Dixie," Bradbery co-wrote the song with songwriters Mikal Blue, Johan Lindbrandt and Shari Short. It features instrumentation from banjos and drums, where the listener can recall a marching band, similar to a Phillip Phillips tune.
Danielle Bradbery's "Friend Zone" single is available on iTunes, by clicking here.
The Verdict
Overall, Danielle Bradbery's new single "Friend Zone" is upbeat and a great deal of fun. It is radio-friendly and sassy, thus showcasing her growth and maturity as an artist. "Friend Zone" garners an A- rating.
For more information on rising country songstress Danielle Bradbery and her music, check out her official homepage.