Rachel Platten Announces New Single “Broken Glass”

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Rachel Platten is rolling out the first single — and video — from her second major label album on Friday (August 18). It’s called “Broken Glass,” has a lovely cover and represents something of a progression from the adult contemporary sound that dominated gold-accredited LP, Wildfire. The hitmaker behind serotonin-raising phenomenon “Fight Song” dabbles in bubbly dance-pop on the track, which is destined to find a lot of love at pop and HAC formats.

After more than a decade of chipping away at the music business with independently-released tunes, Rachel caught lightning in a bottle with “Fight Song” in 2015. The track, which was embraced as an anthem by people going through serious illnesses and other trauma, cracked the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold triple platinum. She followed it up with mid-tempo bop “Stand By You,” which was co-written by Jack Antonoff and cracked the top 40. See the cover art of her new single below.

I'm gonna make that ceiling crash… #BrokenGlass 8.18 💥

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