Country music artist Oologah Zach Bryan’s popularity skyrocketed ahead of his debut album for Warner Records. The long-awaited album has arrived.
“American Heartbreak” was released Friday via Warner Records. The album features 34 tracks, including songs titled “Tishomingo” and “Oklahoma City”.
Bryan said it in a press release on “American Heartbreak”:
“I would say true love of everything is supposed to rip your heart out and put it back together in the same trick. For me, this album represents all the hardships we face day in and day out and I wrote all the stories on it hoping that someone somewhere could relate or a child could pick up an instrument and reproduce in order to become an artist.
Bryan said that some songs on the album were sad or happy. Some are hopeful and some are hopeless.
“All of them mean something different to me and I pray they mean something to someone else,” he said. “’American Heartbreak’ is my effort to try to explain what it’s like to be a 26-year-old man in America. There is love, loss, rejoicing, resentment and forgiveness in one work. Thanks, guys, for listening, always.
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The release follows Bryan’s milestone of surpassing one billion global streams. Her recent single “Something in the Orange” reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot Country chart and was the 18th worldwide streaming track with over 34.4 million streams to date.
Bryan, a recent opening night headliner of the Calf Fry festival in Stillwater, is in the midst of a tour that will take him to the Born & Raised music festival on September 16 in Pryor.