The new album from Michelle Branch, Everything Comes and Goes, will be released by Reprise/Warner Bros. Nashville in late Fall. It is her first solo effort in six years, and the lead single, “Sooner or Later,” will impact country radio on August 11. The track from the John Leventhal and John Shanks produced project, will also be an iTunes exclusive premiere available July 28.
Branch was most recently in the country-pop duo The Wreckers alongside Jessica Harp. The group received Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations for its 2006 Gold album Stand Still, Look Pretty and produced the No. 1 smash “Leave The Pieces.”
Branch, a 26-year-old Arizona native, has experienced success in a variety of formats over the course of nearly a decade as a recording artist. In 2001, she released The Spirit Room, which went multi-platinum. In 2002 she teamed with Santana to record “The Game of Love,” which became an international smash and won a Grammy Award for “Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.” She followed that with more platinum in 2003 with the release Hotel Paper. Then, after winding down from a headlining world tour in support of the project, Branch took some time off to get married and give birth to her first child.