Brett Eldredge has launched the #GoodDayMovement, which is a campaign designed to serve communities in need.
In honor of Good Samaritan Day on March 13, and Women’s History Month, Eldredge partnered with the renowned Little Beet restaurant in New York City last Friday (March 12) to donate healthy meals to the women’s shelter Homes for the Homeless, an organization that provides families experiencing homelessness with more than just a place to sleep and eat. They provide on-site childcare, early education programming, after school recreation, and employment training intended to ensure a holistic and community-oriented support system for families.
To join The Locals, Eldredge’s fan club, and be part of the #GoodDayMovement, check for the weekly challenge here.
“I love random acts of kindness, and just helping others. A lot of people have randomly acted in kindness to me in my life. I just know how it feels and how much we need it right now,” Eldredge said in a recent press event.
The movement aligns with the Warner Music Nashville recording artist’s newest single, “Good Day.”
The single, off his fifth studio album Sunday Drive, was written by Eldredge alongside Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, and walks listeners through the powerful process of positive thinking. It arrived as Top 2 most added at country radio on its add day.
“Daniel and Ian are very unique creators and individuals, which I love,” Eldredge said. “This was our first day to ever write and I was so excited but I didn’t know what it was going to be like. It was just an incredible experience and out of my comfort zone. It was a totally different style of writing.
“Daniel was sitting on the floor and cutting out cardboard and paper, storyboarding the lyrics we were writing in very strange looking ways, but it made me think in a different way. Ian would hop on one instrument to another, and Daniel would hop on one instrument to another,” Eldredge said. “I started to feel this new wavelength that I was writing on. With this song, it was what I was going through in my life. I needed to find a good-feeling song that was more than just a good-feeling song. It’s an intention, I’m making this choice to try to turn my life around just today, just in this moment. It’s gonna be a good day, even if it’s 42 degrees, cold and rainy.”
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