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Intimate Autobiographical Original Available Via All Digital Retail And Streaming Outlets Friday, February 28, 2020

Single Release Coincides With Author’s Book Release:

“Learning To Believe Again: 30 Days To Finding Hope, Faith & Comfort In God’s Truth”

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Independent recording artist, Brittany Bexton, has announced the release of her sophomore single “Believe Again.”*  The original tune will be available via all digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/Pandora/ Rhapsody/Spotify) on Friday, February 28, 2020. For a limited time, music enthusiasts who wish to take advantage of the pre-sale event may purchase the track at

Written by Bexton alongside Erica Sunshine Lee, and produced by Robert Venable, the autobiographical ballad revisits personal pain and hard-won faith. The native Californian’s emotional vocal delivery is an eloquent expression of her desperate plea for an understanding, and strength to restore her belief in purposeful being. Weeping cello performances and acoustic guitar highlights heighten the cinematic production.

How can you trust when your life is shattered How can you stand when you’re on your knees How can you hold it all together Pretend to be strong when all you feel is weak How can you hope when you’re feeling hopeless How can you pray when you can’t speak Where do you begin When you’re learning to believe again

Having endured a series of traumatic life-changing experiences, Brittany turned to her faith and her love of music to write the intimate tune.

“After years of pushing down my pain and grief, and leaving my trauma unprocessed, I realized I suffered with PTSD. The condition brought on trauma triggers and severe emotional flashbacks. My decision to work hard every day as part of the healing process was treacherous, but it was the best decision I’ve ever made,” introduced the vibrant and tenacious songwriter and vocalist, Brittany Bexton “I wrote this song about walking through that process. Writing and singing this song has meant a lot to me in my own healing, and I truly hope that it helps to soothe and encourage others to open their hearts to live, love and believe again.”

Bexton’s single release coincides with the drop of her very first book, “Learning To Believe Again: 30 Days To Finding Hope, Faith & Comfort In God’s Truth” (Morgan James Publishing/Feb. 4, 2020). The soft copy publication is a compassionate guide for those struggling to find faith and hope in the midst of pain.

Throughout the 200-plus pages, Bexton explores some of the heavier topics in the Bible, such as loss, abuse and trauma, while reminding readers of the power of faith and God’s love to offer comfort and breakthrough even in the most trying times. As a “thank you” gesture, early book purchasers will receive a free download of the track, “Believe Again.” Visit for more information.


ABOUT BRITTANY BEXTON: Brittany Bexton grew up with Aretha Franklin, Motown, and rock and roll as the soundtracks that influenced her musical palate. She began her career as a youngster performing in hometown choirs and the theatre. Brittany studied music intently in high school and took vocal lessons with four master teachers. She attended Pacific Conservatory Theater (PCPA) where she studied acting, singing and dancing, and worked in professional musical theater. In 2011, the determined Northern California native moved to Nashville to dedicate her concentrations toward her music as a full-time endeavor. The young songwriter’s consistent, smooth and powerful vocals validate her hard work, tenacity and talents. With an intuitive heart, Brittany has a gift to connect words into compelling and captivating stories; she brings an undeniable passion to her creative works and onto the stage. Since her relocation to Music City, Brittany has released two CDs (a self-titled album and an EP titled FREE FALL) and the single “Free Fall;” she has toured to perform at fairs and festivals in 18 states (performing at Fiddler's & Fiddleheads Festival/Oconto County Fair/Gogebic County Fair/Sonoma County Fair/Wyoming West Festival) sharing the spotlight with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Craig Wayne Boyd, Jason Sellers and Sarah Buxton among others. In Nashville, Brittany has played at special events and venues including 12th & Porter, The Rutledge and The Amethyst Affair. As an active advocate against domestic abuse, Brittany works closely with various charities and affiliated organizations dedicating her time to lend assistance in awareness campaigns throughout the year. In addition to the US, her music has enjoyed airplay in the UK and Europe. Brittany believes in a greater gift—that her music and writing have a greater purpose to bring joy, laughter, connection and hope to her listeners. Sharing personal insight, testimonials and her belief in a greater power, Brittany has written an inspiring book titled “Learning To Believe Again: 30 Days To Finding Hope, Faith & Comfort in God’s Truth.” (Released February 2020.)  The 200-plus- page paperback complements the hopeful and inspiring message of her sophomore single, “Believe Again,” due February 28, 2020.

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