Jillian Edwards’ New Project ‘Meadow’ Set For May

Jillian Edwards is debuting the first single, “Heaven’s Eyes,” from her forthcoming EP, Meadow, today (April 10). The new project is set for release on May 15 on her label, The Deeply Co. and features a collection of songs ready-made for rest, solitude and comfort, much needed in the season the world is currently facing.

Meadow includes tracks co-written with David Leonard, Jonathan Smith, Peter Groenwald, Josh Bronleewe, Tony Wood and Jessie Early, and was produced by Lucas Morton and executive-produced by Grammy-winning artist Steven Curtis Chapman, her father-in-law.

“I’ve always felt like God has given me a clear vision that music is what I’m made to do,” Edwards says. “I want to provide healing, and that for me comes in beauty. So that’s the heart of these songs. I really want them to be medicine for hurting people, and that’s everyone. If my biggest dream for Meadow comes true, it would be that someone who is walking through the worst day of their life could hear these songs and have peace take over their heart knowing that God is crazy about them, and He works all things together for good.”

Edwards resides in Nashville with her husband, Will, drummer for indie rock band Colony House, and their daughter, Willow Faye, and along with her own projects has also had songs featured in television episodes of Nashville, Pretty Little Liars and Grey’s Anatomy, and on commercials for Citibank, among other high-profile brands. In addition, a collaboration with EDM DJ Thomas Gold resulted in a surprise hit for the singer/songwriter with “Magic,” on which she is credited as a co-writer and featured vocalist.

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