That Girl

That Girl

Hannah Ellis has been a Nashville fixture for years now, having collaborated with artists like Carly Pearce and Russell Dickerson while also pursuing a solo career that includes touring with acts like Martina McBride and Jake Owen. With That Girl, Ellis makes her long-awaited solo debut, on which she’s a co-writer for each of the 13 tracks. Highlights include opener “Country Can,” a fresh and melodic take on celebrating the power of country music, and “Someone Else’s Heartbreak,” a tender and thoughtful exploration of the loneliness often wrought by difficult breakups. Closer “Too Much and Not Enough” further shows the nuance in Ellis’ songwriting, like when she sings, “If I turn it up, I see people stressing/If I tone it down, I'm uninteresting/My biggest curse is my biggest blessing/Is it just me?” Co-writers on That Girl include hitmakers like Emily Weisband, Hillary Lindsey, Jordan Reynolds, and Jimmy Robbins.

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