Branan Murphy is set to release his new track "Bored (feat. Byron Juane)" (Paravel Records / DREAM Records) today! The track was co-written and produced by Eric Ramey (Tauren Wells, Hollyn, Danny Gokey) and is available on all digital retail outlets. Fans of Branan's lyrical vulnerability and penchant for tackling more sensitive subject matter will welcome this latest edition which addresses a fictional teenager that falls victim to substance abuse.
"A good friend of mine who is a youth pastor once said this: 'There's nothing more dangerous than a bored human being', Branan shares. "I've gained a reputation for not only being brutally transparent in my lyrics but by also touching on issues and topics that speak to the human condition and the struggle we all have to find fulfillment in living a life that is pleasing to God. In that sense, Bored fits right in with other songs I've released like "All the Wrong Things" and "Take It Back" that shine a light on the dangers of succumbing to the complacency that creeps in when we lose sight of what God wants for us".
Branan Murphy's newest radio single "This World Is Not My Home" has become the strongest debut of his career yet receiving 16 adds across the Hot AC, CHR, AC, Hot CHR formats and debuting at #27 on the Billboard Hot AC / CHR chart in only the song's second week since his add date.
ABOUT BRANAN MURPHY:
In 2018, Branan Murphy burst onto the scene with the catchy, brutally transparent pop gem, "All The Wrong Things" which featured Stellar Award winning vocalist Koryn Hawthorne. The song shot up the charts peaking at #2 on the Billboard Christian Hot AC/CHR establishing Branan as one to watch. Two other top 5 singles followed, culminating in his notable debut LP "Who Am I" which delivered his highest streaming single to date, the catchy pop single "Coming Home". Murphy's unparalleled vocal talent and penchant for auto-biographical lyrical content has helped him build a legion of devoted fans and placed him firmly on the cusp of wider acclaim.
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