Australian country pop songstress Jade Holland is closing out 2022 with an infectious and anthemic new bop in “Oh my Heart.”
Balancing on the beams of country and pop, Holland taps into a playful and catchy vibe that stays stuck in your head with her latest single, which officially dropped today, November 25th.
After an exciting year of debut singles breaking through the charts like Apple Music’s All Genre and Country Music, Holland looks to ride that momentum with “Oh My Heart.”
With an infectious chorus, cheerful lyricism, and contemporary pop-rock instrumentation, the track sounds right at home on any country dance playlist.
Holland says about the tune, “Life is hard enough without putting all this pressure on ourselves to live the ‘perfect life’ that society thinks we should be living. This is my let your hair down, sh*t happens, I love you so what?!’ vibe song!”
The fun new single was co-written by Holland and Sinead Burgess, produced by Burgess, mixed by David “Messy” Mescon at Messy Room Studios in Nashville, and mastered by Frank Gagliardi of Fuselage also in Nashville. It was released through The Manick Label.
The music video prominently displays the fun and playfulness of the song, as Holland is seen bartending in a honky tonk bar full of line dancers enjoying a night out.
Holland’s strength also lies her live show, and as one of Queensland’s most booked artists, she has increased her fanbase dramatically since 2019, having toured extensively. A box office phenomenon, her average ticket sales increased by a whopping 81% since 2018.
Her previous release, “Summertime Sunshine and You,” was added to the rotation of popular country collections like Triple M Country and was featured on CMT’s Fresh Country collective.
“Oh My Heart” is ideal for dance-country playlists, and is sure to pierce the hearts of country lovers looking to unleash their inner hopeless romantic. The tune effectively touches on the different ways love infiltrates your life and how it’s okay to love whoever without restraint and with pride.
With the success and acclaim recent years has brought Holland, it’s safe to say the future looks bright for this country pop songstress from Down Under.