Amanda Jones Releases “Brand New Day” Music Video – Watch

Oregon based pop singer/songwriter Amanda Jones has been performing since she was 13 years old! Now at 21, she continues to build her fanbase and create opportunities for her music to be heard. She even had the opportunity to open for R5 feat. Ross Lynch in the summer of 2015!



Jones has now released her first music video following her Brand New Day EP. The title track makes the perfect music video to a song that will instantly have listeners hooked. It’s message is positive and hopeful of all the goodness that each new day has to offer. Jones reflects:

“Brand New Day” has a fun, summery pop vibe that instantly gets stuck in your head. The song is about feeling stuck in the same routine and wanting change- and then seeing that it’s a new day and you can do anything and be anything, and that things are finally working out. It’s a very positive song, and as an artist I aim to send an uplifting message through everything I create.”

There are three song on Jones’ self–titled EP which she described in a recent interview:

The EP is a good mix of every type of song I wanted to release. We have “Brand New Day”- the fun, uplifting pop song. Then there is “Wait for Me Tonight”- a pop ballad about heartbreak. Concluding the EP is “My Goodbye” which is acoustic, and about loss. My cousin died suddenly in a car crash 4 years ago, and writing this song was my way of coping with his loss and starting the healing process. It’s a very personal song, and it’s been amazing to see how much it has impacted others in a positive way. It’s always incredible to hear people’s personal stories of loss, and how the song helped them through tough times. That makes everything worth it for me.

It’s [the EP] a great mix and [the songs] flow well together. “My Goodbye” means the most to me, but “Brand New Day” really captures the sound I’ve been searching for with my music for a long time.

Listen to Amanda Jones’ EP!

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