Nashville singer/songwriter Jordan Brynn has released her new single “I Hate Loving You,” available to stream now on all DSPs worldwide. The track is a painfully honest yet beautifully composed folk-pop single about the pain and frustration that comes with loving someone so easily despite them giving you every reason not to. It will be featured on Jordan Brynn’s debut EP You Like Me Better, out on February 25th.
“It’s the culmination of a relationship that is captivatingly toxic and keeps you wanting more, only because it leaves you so empty,” Brynn explains on the deeply personal song. “I wrote this song this past summer, when I was growing and healing, and yet somehow still a little stuck in the past.”
Jordan Brynn combines teen heartbreak and a fresh, young style with authentic storytelling and lyricism. Jordan has been singing practically since she could talk, but began writing her own songs and playing guitar and piano when she was 11. In high school, Jordan performed locally in the Nashville area and at writers’ nights, most notably at the Bluebird Cafe. Although currently going to school in Texas, she continues to write and perform when she is not in the library suffering through organic chemistry.
Jordan Brynn’s debut EP, You Like Me Better, is a record of teenage heartbreak, the scars left behind, and the lessons learned. Through these songs, she voices not only her own feelings and experiences, but those of any young girl who comes to find that time doesn’t heal like it’s supposed to. “The EP includes anthems and ballads about getting over him, and then getting over him some more,” she goes on to say. “It’s full of a lot of remembering, and at times, too little forgetting.”