“Blaze” could very well be the life of the party over an endless summer with its kinetic energy and breezy hook.
Written with longtime friend Reeves and David Hodges [Christina Perri, Avril Lavigne], it’s as vibrant as it is vivacious.
To date, she has been honored with Two Grammy Awards and sold over six million albums and ten million singles worldwide.
Her breakthrough hit “Bubbly” remains “one of the best-selling digital tracks in history” and her multi-platinum debut COCO hit #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart upon release, while her sophomore set Breakthrough landed at #1.
He’s unpredictable and thorough, and he can also brilliantly produce any genre you ask him to.” Caillat’s music lasts forever.
“I just want to write songs that stay with people,” she concludes.
“If fans can listen to my music on repeat, that’s amazing.
“When my friends and I get together, we have a blast,” she smiles. ” At the same time, “If You Love Me Let Me Go” examines a breakup with poetic lyrics and her striking vocal delivery. Stop torturing me and keeping me around just a little bit longer, if we’re not going to last forever.” During “Live It Up”, Caillat confronts stage fright and her struggles to overcome it even after eight years of professionally performing.
“We don’t do anything crazy, but we do know how to have fun! “It’s that story everyone’s gone through,” she says. The chorus is her personal reminder before every show.
“While we were writing, Kenny told me, ‘Stay true to yourself. “Tony Dixon and Jason Reeves were in the session as well, and they both reiterated, ‘You don’t have to try’.