From her first “nerve filled” performance at the Bluebird Cafe, Daisy Briggs knew music was her path in life and perhaps more importantly that she had what it took to take this dream for a real world test run. For Briggs, it started with writing songs at the age of 12 and begging her mother to buy her a guitar. Citing Taylor Swift as a huge influence, Briggs tells Worlds Of Country that her “heart has always been country” as she continues to work out her path in the industry.
Briggs’ latest single, Broke My Own Heart, is one that beautifully walks the line of personal and relatable. Briggs tells Worlds Of Country that the song was “written about a brief relationship I had while I was in Belmont University and how I would keep pushing this guy away even though he was the nicest person ever. I always had one foot out the door ”. The theme of self sabotage and Briggs’ deep introspection show Briggs to be an artist willing to go deeper and be vulnerable where others may not.
Up next for Briggs is some more new music some of which being even “more personal” than Broke My Own Heart, along with two new music videos on the way in the next few months.