New post-Voice music out includes an EP from Season 14 standout Austin Giorgio and singles from Jordan Smith and Beat Frequency.
Here’s a bit about each of those releases.
The links take you to the songs on Apple Music.
* Jordan Smith, The Voice Season 9 champ, released “Don’t Quit” on Friday. It’s the latest in a string of Christian singles. Says Jordan: “This is probably one of the most personal songs I’ve ever written, and yet the concept is one that’s universally understood. I’m happy to share this song with you, because you deserve to know that you’re not alone in your struggle. For the last year it’s been a message of hope from me, to me.” The song was number 31 on the Apple Music Christian singles chart about 24 hours after its release.
* Austin Giorgio from Season 14 released a six-song EP, “Gracie and Her Cherry Skies” on Friday. It follows the 2019 album “Crooner” as his second major release since he show. “Although these songs are personal to me, I think they are going to be universal to you,” Austin writes on Instagram. “They tell the stories of love and loss.” The closing track, “Your Innocence” had already been released as a single.
* Beat Frequency, the Season 3 duo of Natasha Neuschwander and Shawn Lewis, released the pop single “Livin’ In a Masquerade” earlier this week. It follows “Whirlybird” as the duo’s second single of 2021. Oh, and this duo is about to become a trio. Natasha is pregnant with the couple’s first child.