An “American Idol” finalist introduced on social media that her new single is dropping on the finish of October. Get prepared for Haley Reinhart’s “Off the Ground,” the title observe from her new EP. Here’s what you’ll want to know.
Reinhart Says The Song Is About ‘Lifting Ourselves Up’
In a tweet and an Instagram put up, Reinhart revealed that she is releasing the title observe off her new EP on October 29. In case you’re questioning, an EP is an “prolonged play” file, which implies it is like an album however with solely a handful of tracks as an alternative of like 10 to 12 tracks.
Reinhart’s new EP known as “Off the Ground” and the title observe of the identical identify drops October 29. Reinhart writes that she sees the tune as being “additional particular” for herself.
“This single is EXTRA particular to me for SO many causes. The tune is all about manifesting our realities and lifting ourselves as much as attain our highest potential on this life!” tweeted the “American Idol” season 10 finalist. She added on Instagram, “I critically cannot wait.”
She hasn’t launched a full record of EP songs but, however Reinhart has dropped a number of singles in 2020 and 2021 that weren’t on her final album, which was titled “Lo-Fi Soul.” So maybe “Change,” “Piece of My Heart,” “Free As a Bird,” “Good Day Sunshine,” “Heroes” or “Roll the Dice” will probably be included on her “Off the Ground” EP. You can hearken to all of Reinhart’s singles right here on her Apple Music web page. Also take a look at her music video library on her YouTube channel.
Reinhart Has Released Four Studio Albums
Since ending third on “American Idol” season 10, Reinhart has launched 4 studio albums — “Listen Up!” in 2021, “Better” in 2016, “What’s That Sound?” in 2017, and “Lo-Fi Soul” in 2019. She additionally launched two different EPs — “American Idol Season 10 Highlights” in 2011 and “Bulletproof” in 2019.
Additionally, Reinhart usually sings lead vocals for Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, a band whose purpose is to “remake the pop hits of as we speak into the traditional sounds of the legends of yesterday,” in keeping with their official web site. They mainly take present hits however carry out them within the fashion of music starting from the Nineteen Twenties to the Sixties.
Reinhart’s smokey throwback voice is ideal for Postmodern Jukebox; she has carried out with them on the songs “Creep,” “Habits,” “All About That Bass,” “Black Hole Sun” and extra. Her fellow “American Idol” season 10 contestant Casey Abrams performs with them typically as effectively, singing and taking part in stand-up bass.
Most lately, Reinhart and Postmodern Jukebox launched a canopy of “Don’t Speak” to rejoice the tune’s twenty fifth anniversary. Reinhart wrote on Instagram, “It’s been 5 years since I launched a reside video with @pmjofficial AND that is the twenty fifth yr anniversary since @nodoubt launched #DontSpeak!!! I’m so joyful to say we’re again with one other one in every of my all-time favourite songs. Been impressed by Gwen & No Doubt since I used to be a child. Cheers to all of you listening to our new model and to the wonderful crew and cast of musicians who helped this stellar association come to life!”
Reinhart’s efficiency of “Habits” with Postmodern Jukebox was additionally a current TikTok pattern, of which she wrote on Instagram, “When your voice goes viral and no person is aware of it!”
“American Idol” returns within the spring of 2022 on ABC.