Danielle Bradbery has a brand-new single to share with her fans: The The Voice Season 4 winner has released "Sway" as her newest tune.

Co-written by Bradbery, Johan Fransson and Emily Weisband, "Sway" is Bradbery's first self-penned song. The track is more soul than country -- Bradbery clearly took notes from her 2015 CMT on Tour-matesThomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge -- and has a sophisticated edge that, per a press release, is indicative of the new music that Bradbery plans to release later in 2017.

“I’m so excited to finally share new music with my fans, who have stood by me ever since I won The Voice when I was 16,” Bradbery says. “All I’ve ever wanted to do was relate to people through my songs, and I’ve worked so hard to get to a point where my lyrics and sound are true to me. I put my heart into "Sway" and all of the songs on the upcoming project, and I think fans will feel that come through when they listen.”

Back in August of 2016, Bradbery gave fans their first taste of "Sway," during a Facebook Live event. It's one of a few yet-to-be-released songs that the singer has shared since dropping her debut album in 2013.

"Sway" is available for download on iTunes.

Listen to Danielle Bradbery's "Sway"

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