Bailey James teaches us to be “Better Angels”

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Raw, honest and full of positivity!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Bailey James is a rising southern rock n’ roll superstar.

Her resume is like no other at only 19 she is truly on the rise. Bailey’s 2021 single “Finally Free” charted on Billboard at #42 and was named “Opry Circle Release of the Week.”. James has also landed numerous times on Music Row’s Country Breakout Chart, including a top 40. The artist has garnered over 250,000 fans across her social media platforms and has performed in iconic venues, such as at the Whiskey Jam in 2022.

Moreover, she is a member of the Song Suffragettes, an all-female country music singer-songwriter weekly showcase in Nashville. Bailey was also appointed as the first National Youth Advocate for The Jason Foundation and has started her own mental health/suicide prevention awareness movement, The Finally Free Movement, in honor of her brother Zane, who she lost to suicide.

Bailey James’s music video for her new single, “Better Angels”, will visually transport you into a past memory of mistakes and the trials of finding forgiveness. Surrounded by nature, Bailey James explores her classic country roots through her music, setting the scene for the heartbreaking story.

Start streaming “Better Angels'” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This song is dedicated to the world. We are all battling something. Everyone is dragging some type of pain that most people around them have no idea about. There is no pain or loss that this life can put on you that heaven can’t heal.

I challenge everyone to love more, fight less and help those that need it. We are stronger together than we are all alone. Sometimes it’s just recognizing someone’s existence through a smile or wave that can set them on a more positive course. May the world know better angels.”

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