Singer-songwriter and producer Kris Bradley grew up on a varied mix of genres from classical and jazz to classic rock and nineties country. That upbringing found her at home with many musical styles which in turn led to her having songs placed on the Cartoon Network, E! Entertainment, as well as scoring a French-produced short film for a major artist music video, playing SXSW and opening for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in 2016. Now, she brings a bold, fresh sound to listeners' ears with her debut single, “We Don’t Paint the Town” from her upcoming EP, Worth a Shot, due in early 2017.
Written by Bradley and Daniel Schwarz, "We Don't Paint the Town" captures the aftermath - and fuzzy memories - of a wild night on the town with someone who might not exactly be the right choice - but he is a fun choice. The clever, contemporary lyrics are delivered by Bradley with sultry sass and the exuberant, jazzy, foot-stomping melody is an all-out good time that leaves you wanting more.
"Alarm clock starts a buzzin'
I fall out of bed
The morning reeks of passion, whiskey, and regret
I stumble to the kitchen for black coffee and a cigarette
Last night's picture show is coming back in waves
My hangovers begin with him, but the pleasure's worth the pain"