Bri Fletcher And Friends Unite For Female Empowerment Song, ‘Glow’

This one's for the girls...

Bri Fletcher And Friends Unite For Female Empowerment Song, ‘Glow’
R-L: Bri Fletcher, Sara Spicer, Ashlie Amber, Brailey Lenderman, Tori Allen, Katie Austin, Liv Charette, Kaylin Roberson; Photo credit: Libby Danforth

Bri Fletcher and some of her female musician friends are releasing a female empowerment tune called “Glow,” premiering exclusively on Sounds Like Nashville today (3/30). Written by Fletcher and Katie Austin and released in honor of Women’s History Month, the song encourages women from all walks of life to push through the hard times and “Glow.” From the girl crying on the bathroom floor, to the exhausted mom, to the woman feeling left out, the song seeks to empower and bring women of all stages together.

“When Katie Austin and I wrote this song together we knew it was special,” Fletcher told Sounds Like Nashville. “There is something so empowering about writing about different experiences women go through. To be honest, I’ve been all of those women and I think it’s important to speak to all the things we women go through at any age.”

The song features vocals from Fletcher, Austin, April Kry, Liv Charette, Brailey Lenderman, Ashlie Amber, Sara Spicer, Tori Allen and Kaylin Roberson. Throughout the song, the women trade the encouraging lyrics with upbeat, country-pop production as the backdrop. The song also features an all-female production team and a female graphic designer.

“It was an absolute dream come true to get to work with all women on this project,” added Fletcher. “It made me realize that we need more women in this industry doing things like video or mixing and mastering that is usually a male dominated field. I hope this song encourages girls everywhere to do whatever they want to do and most importantly, celebrate all the women along the way.”

Fletcher is a Nashville, TN-based country singer/songwriter who is originally from Forth Worth, Texas. “Glow” followed previous songs “Pessimist,” released earlier this month, and “‘Cause I Love You,” released in October 2020.