Brit Daniels Delivers a Soothing Rendition of Julia Michaels’ “Jump”
Dallas-born, Nashville-based Pop artist and songwriter Brit Daniels releases a stripped-down, acoustic cover of Julia Michaels’ “Jump”. The track opens with a solo piano instrumental. The simple combination of piano keys establishes a dreamlike feel when Daniels’ voice enters with a smooth serenity. The calming, yet light-hearted timbres resemble a song played out of a music box.
The song is about a new relationship and wanting to take things slow, but losing all resolve when you’re in that person’s presence. Instead, that person causes you to feel the realness of love and has a magnetic effect and brings the desire to jump headfirst into the relationship.
Music has been a part of Brit Daniels’ life since her time in the womb when her mother put headphones over her stomach so Brit could listen. She grew up just outside of Dallas, Texas, where she recorded at local studios, performed in various competitions, and sang the National Anthem for Texas Rangers baseball games. After receiving a degree in Radio, Television, and FIlm from the University of North Texas, she worked for a label and management company and learned the business aspect of the music industry.
Many of her own creative endeavors in music have been shaped by challenges she faced throughout her childhood. Her father experienced a severe head injury before she was born in a car accident while working as a police officer. He faced disability for the rest of his life, which posed many challenges to Daniels and her family. Her father eventually died from sustained injury when Daniels was a freshman in college. Daniels responded not with despair, but by channeling her emotions and lessons learned into her music. Despite these struggles and traumas, Daniels maintains a bubbly optimism and passion for her craft.
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