Hold onto your hats because independent country soul recording artist Brei Carter is set to electrify on her new EP, A Brei Of Fresh Air, due out in October across all major digital music streaming platforms. Brace yourself for June 19th, when she’ll unveil not one, but two new single tracks that are bound to shake your soul in alternating ways while flipping the script on unappreciative men, and lighting a fire in every woman’s heart to reclaim their power in relationships.

Dive into the irresistible groove of “Sun Still Shining”, where the feel-good, infectious countrypolitan vibe will remind you that no matter the storm, your sun never stops shining. Then, get ready to strut your stuff to the bold and daring anthem “Cake And Eat It Too”, a track that screams liberation and pure, unfiltered sass that was inspired by her spirited Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Sisters and women around the world.

“A Brei of Fresh Air is more than just an EP; it’s a heartfelt journey through my evolution as both an artist and an individual,” Carter said. Within these songs, the earthy spirit of country melds seamlessly with the rich, emotive depths of soul.”

Known for taking a somewhat of an unorthodox approach when building a new EP or album project, Carter’s A Brei Of Fresh Air includes multiple notable music producers, video producers and songwriters that she collaborated with. The end result is a diversified sound and look from track-to-track. The blossoming Nashville songstress worked with Jimmy Ritchey (George Strait, Mark Chestnutt, Clay Walker) on “Country Lives In Me,” Bill McDermott (Tim McGraw, Gretchen Wilson, Martina McBride) on “Sun Still Shining,” William Washington aka WLPWR (Yelawolf) on “Whiskey On My Mind,” Elektrohorse (Cowboy Troy) on “Boots Get To Talking” and “Cake And Eat It Too,” and Karl Weidmann (Elvie Shane) on the music video for “Sun Still Shining.”

“Get ready, world!” Carter says with enthusiasm. “I’m about to bring the musical heat and redefine what it means to rise from the ashes!”