Jillian Jacqueline Drops Debut EP, 'Side A'

September 25, 2017

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Jillian Jacqueline has made her country music debut with the release of her brand new EP, Side A. The project features six new tracks with three acoustic covers including her lead breakup anthem, "Reasons."

"I'm so proud and ready to share SIDE A, the first collection of songs off of my debut full-length album. I hope that anyone who's listened and loved my music so far feels as excited about this release as I do,” shares Jacqueline. "I don't take it lightly that I get to share my stories with you guys, and these songs in all of their transparency, heartache, pride, humor, growth, and ‘humanness' are just the beginning."

The singer-songwriter plans to follow up with Side B in early 2018 before she releases her first full-length album. Jacqueline spent the summer out on the road opening for Billy Currington and Dwight Yoakam.

Side A Track List:

1. "Reasons"

2. "Sugar and Salt"

3. "Holier Than Thou"

4. "Bleachers"

5. "Hate Me"

6. "God Bless This Mess"

7. "Reasons" (Acoustic)

8. "Hate Me" (Acoustic"

9. "God Bless This Mess" (Acoustic)