And with the album release just a week away, Dia has released a fourth track from the album — “Dead Man.”
Though she says the song still seems fresh to her, it’s actually the first written for the new album, dating back about four years.
“It’s about someone that I was in and out of a relationship with for four years, and looking back now, I wonder how we lasted for so long, ” Frampton told AXS.com, where the song premiered.
“Sometimes you just get stuck for a while, whether it’s with love or in a job you hate or in a city that makes you feel lost. Sometimes you just get stuck.”
“Bruises,” the new album, is available for pre-order on iTunes.
It includes 12 tracks; Dia has released four so far. “Dead Man” follows “Crave,” “Gold and Silver” and “Golden Years,” all of which are instant downloads for anyone pre-ordering the album.
While “Bruises” marks Dia’s first solo release since her post-Voice album, “Red,” she did release a superb six-track EP as Archis with Joseph Trapanese.
Dia placed second to Javier Colon on the first season of The Voice.
Here’s “Dead Man.”