Dylan Brady Sings of Love and Loss in Yearning New Song "I Hate California"

Friday, August 2, 2019 - 8:45am

Twenty-year-old multi-instrumentalist Dylan Brady speaks his truth about heartache in tender new song “I Hate California,” via RECORDS/Columbia Records/Riser House Records. Written by Brady alongside Jared Scott, “I Hate California” tells the story of yearning for that one person who has found another home for their heart. The heartbreaker of a song can now be found HERE, with the lyric video found HERE.
“I put my whole heart into every song I write, but honestly it feels like I wrote every one of them to find this one,” Brady explains. “I put my whole heartbreak into every word and feel the break every time I sing it. This song brought me the closure I needed like nothing else could and I hope it brings that closure to someone else who needs it. For me, California represents my heart break but California can be anything the listener connects it to." 
Coincidentally, Brady wrote “I Hate California” around the same time as his groundbreaking single “Over Us,” which has amassed over 1 million in consumption across streams and views since its release last month. Currently its music video, which was filmed on the back roads of Tennessee, is approaching nearly 200K views in just a few short weeks since its release.

And yes, “I Hate California” serves as yet another product of the continuing collaboration between Brady and Rascal Flatts’ very own Joe Don Rooney, who serves as producer on the song alongside Brady and Andy Sheridan. The touching backstory of Rooney and Brady’s ongoing working relationship is now told in a revealing new YouTube video that can be found on Brady’s weekly YouTube series with new episodes every Friday, 
Brady is also currently in the studio finishing up his first EP to be released off Weiss’ imprint RECORDS, home to Lennon Stella, Matt Stell, LSD (the Labrinth-Sia-Diplo collaboration) and Fifth Harmony alumni Lauren Jauregui, and in partnership with Columbia Records & Riser House Records.

For more information, please visit 
dylancbrady.com or follow him on Instagram @dylancbradyTwitter @dylancbrady and on Facebook @dylanbradymusic.