Brett Eldredge Prepares for Follow-up to “Bring You Back”

Thoughts (and writing) turn to next album.

photo by Joseph Llanes/Warner Music Nashville

Most recording artists would tell you that it's never too early to start thinking about the next album . . . even if it’s only your second! Ask Brett Eldredge, who just released his debut project, Bring You Back, in August.

“The thing about the next album is, I’ve already got some songs I want to put on the next album, so I feel like I’ve already got a head start on it,” he tells Country Weekly. “I feel really good about Bring You Back and I'm hoping everybody likes it a lot. We captured a lot of who I am and I think we’ll do well with this album, so I have a lot of confidence to write this next record and I have a place to go from. You set the groundwork with your first album, and I feel like I have a map now.”

Brett actually had some songs written for his first album before it actually became, uh, his first album. Fan favorite “One Mississippi” was written several years ago with Tom Douglas.

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