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The New Album: MARY BRAGG, Self-Titled

“Mary Bragg levels up as songwriter and producer.”
-Americana Highways

“Mary Bragg had no difficulty earning critical acclaim to this point as a meaningful singer-songwriter. The Americana flavored pop/rock exhibited on releases like 2017’s Lucky Strike and 2019’s Violets as Camouflage was impressive from any angle, yet somehow neither album quite measures up to her substantive new self-titled LP.”
-No Depression

“Always watch out when an artist releases a self-titled album in the middle of their career, because it’s often a defining stamp upon their artistry and expressions.”
-Saving Country Music

“Mary Bragg’s exquisite vocal performances on this eponymous recording convey her emotional struggles and triumphs with both intimacy and vulnerability. As we listen, we live her pain alongside her. We feel with her the tentativeness of moving forward, acknowledging regret, and grasping hope.”
-Folk Alley

“Bragg, not at all surprisingly, delivers another poignant album with messages that we can relate to, but feel, leaving an impression that we really are all in this together.”
-Glide Magazine

“Mary Bragg shares her truth on self-titled and self-produced album (with) adept songwriting and ethereal vocals.”


“Country music taught us long ago that at some point, anyone with a heart will fall to pieces. On her fifth album, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Mary Bragg explores the little cracks that lead to that undone state, and compassionately argues that it’s possible to reassemble yourself. Her clear, warm alto, reminiscent of Patsy Cline, was made for confidences, and these gorgeously crafted and executed songs touch the listener on a deep level, where insight occurs.” -Ann Powers, NPR Music (10 Best Albums of March 2019)

“Both songs depict scenarios in which the characters lay themselves bare, revealing pain even as they open themselves up for more.”
-Rolling Stone Country


“Ace songwriter Mary Bragg credits fans’ and critics’ enthusiastic response to her 2017 LP Lucky Strike with inspiring her to rely on her instincts.”
-Nashville Scene


“Violets’ 14 tracks are among the most intensely personal Bragg has ever written.”


“Like the long-lost ballad Patsy Cline never got to croon, “I Thought You Were Somebody Else” mixes classic country twang with broken-hearted sentiment and light touches of pedal steel.”
-Rolling Stone Country


“Refined, sumptuously melancholy take on southern storytelling.”
-NPR’s World Cafe

“Sublime distilling of southern grit; subtly refining the folk-country singer-songwriter template.”
-NPR Music, Best of 2017

“Americana Queen.”
-Vice Noisey

“A magnificent collection of Americana.”
-No Depression