Following the success of singles "Cowboy Lullaby" and "Country Boy" across Australia and USA, Christchurch's Miranda Easten is releasing her long awaited debut album Behind Unbroken Strings. The collection proves that she is a master of twang and a face of modern country music.
After becoming a solo artist in 2019, Miranda has been recording her debut album at Roundhead Studios in Auckland with world renowned producer Greg Haver (Melanie C, Opshop, Kimbra) along with Auckland based musicians Tom Healy, Cass Basil, Stephen Small and Mark Hughes. The result is a stunningly clean set of tunes that have all the elements of a classic country album - love stories, steel strings, and belting vocals included.
Miranda’s debut single "Cowboy Lullaby" reached 16 on the Official Top 40 Country Music Chart in Australia in April 2020. She also featured on the "Voices of Country" compilation album released by Compass FM. In early 2021 she released "Country Boy" which rose to number 25 on the Australian Chart. The music video has achieved success in America airing on the popular Country Music Network which reaches 40 million people. Nashville Country Television and networks CMC, CMT, MTV, and Heartland also air the video.
'Behind Unbroken Strings' Out May 21