Rising singer-songwriter Bri Fletcher has united a group of Nashville’s most promising up and comers for an all-female anthem entitled “Glow.” Written by Fletcher and Katie Austin and performed by Fletcher, Austin, Sara Spicer, Ashlie Amber, Brailey Lenderman, Tori Allen, Liv Charette and Kaylin Roberson, “Glow” speaks to women in every stage of life. Fletcher and Austin did not stop after recruiting the talented crop of artists, but utilized women in every aspect of this project. From the producer to the engineer and videographer, 19 women worked in front of the mic and behind the scenes to make this female empowerment tune a reality.
Sounds Like Nashville exclusively premiered “Glow” before its release stating, “the song encourages women from all walks of life to push through the hard times and “Glow.” From the girl crying on the bathroom floor, to the exhausted mom, to the woman feeling left out, the song seeks to empower and bring women of all stages together. Throughout the song, the women trade the encouraging lyrics with upbeat, country-pop production as the backdrop.”
The “Glow” music video, featuring all females featured on the track, will make its world premiere with CMT Music and CMT.com on April 19th.
As an avid activist for anti-bullying and the force behind her very own Teen Guidance Foundation, Fletcher brings her “Debully” assemblies to schools across the US, including one last year in her home state of Texas where she experienced severe bullying firsthand as a teen.
“Glow” is available on your preferred digital platform here.