Kimberly Perry Builds Her Solo Voice With Extended EP, ‘Superbloom’
Perry’s extended EP will feature a total of nine tracks, including the previously released “If I Die Young Pt. 2,” “Burn The House Down,” “Cry At Your Funeral,” “Ghosts,” “Smoke ‘Em Too,” and “Fool’s Gold.”
The former lead singer of the country trio The Band Perry also shared a visual teaser for a new song by the name of “God’s Hometown” starring her husband, Johnny Costello, and her newborn son, Whit.
“A SUPERBLOOM is a rare phenomenon in nature where a massive amount of wildflowers whose seeds have been dormant in the soil blossom at the same time. It’s overwhelming and gorgeous. I named this project SUPERBLOOM because it’s the perfect description of this moment in my life. The convergence of all my dreams coming true – building my solo voice and building my own family at the same time. Whether it’s your dreams, relationships, or circumstances – with this music I hope to usher in and provide a soundtrack for the BOLD SUPERBLOOM in every
field of your life,” Perry shared in a post on Instagram.
Although Perry released a remake of “If I Die Young,” she admitted on social media that her “personal FAVE” on the original Bloom EP was “Burn The House Down.”
When the 40-year-old first introduced her solo music collection, she didn’t hold anything back from her fans saying the songs were “the most personal songs” she’s ever written.
“I hope that these songs and the honesty in them can walk alongside you as you, too, are blossoming into yourself,” Perry said.
For more information on Kimberly Perry, check out her official website.