Dubbed “Nashville’s hottest newcomer” by Country Now, emerging artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen is finding the love in heartbreak, as she’s fast capturing the hearts of critics with her brand-new EP HISTORY OF BREAKING UP (PART ONE) – plus the attention of Pop trio LANY. With her star power on the rise, the 20-year-old was recently announced as support on eight dates of LANY’s worldwide gg bb xx tour 2021, including her first major performance in Nashville, TN, on October 21 at Ascend Amphitheater. Find all upcoming tour stops here.

“I’m lucky to have had the chance to discover music at a time when it’s had no limits. Because of that, I have an appreciation for so many kinds of music across different genres. I’ve been a fan of LANY for a very long time, and to now be opening this tour is an actual dream come true for me,” admits Springsteen. “It still hasn't sunk in yet that I’m going to get to sing my brand-new songs to amphitheaters and arenas of fans just like me who might find a piece of their own story in them. I can’t wait to bring a little Country to the gg bb xx tour.”

A co-writer on every song alongside key Nashville tunesmiths like Walker Hayes, Jerry Flowers, Jared Ray Keim, Tyler Filmore, and Andrew DeRoberts, Springsteen also co-produced five tracks. According to Taste of Country, the diary-like compilation “is a strong next step in Springsteen's country music career, wherein she presents herself as a self-assured songwriter who knows how to write for the modern country landscape with the best of them but also contribute a personal touch that leaves you wanting to hear more of the story.” In addition, she’s credited on acoustic guitar for six of the seven tunes.

Prior to the EP dropping, Springsteen had already landed high-profile looks in Rolling Stone’s RS Country PicksEntertainment Tonight’s New Music Releases, and American Songwriter with “California,” while “Zero Trucks” turned heads with CMTEntertainment Tonight’s New Music Releases, and E! News’ The MixtapE!Further named among “New Country Albums You Need To Hear Right Now” by Country Now, reviews for HISTORY OF BREAKING UP (PART ONE) keep stacking up:


“History of Breaking Up (Part One) serves as Springsteen's most important and most anticipated project of her still-young career, a magical mixture of deep thoughts on love and heartbreak, all delivered by a voice that seems to represent the future of country music.”



“The EP feels like a night in with girlfriends, sipping wine and lamenting heartbreak before picking up the pieces.” – The Virginian-Pilot


“...Springsteen’s passion — as well as her potential for increased stardom — are apparent.”



“Every song chronicles a romantic downfall with heartfelt lyrics and creative twists.”

– Wide Open Country


“Each song gives listeners an anthem for every kind of romance-caused emotion; and while the tunes on the track list each offer a little something different, they all share the same quality of being absolutely addicting.” – Celeb Secrets

Surpassing over 37 MILLION career streams independently, 20 editorial playlists have added tracks from Springsteen’s HISTORY OF BREAKING UP (PART ONE) with major shout-outs like Spotify’s all-genre Fresh Finds, New Boots, and Wild Country; Apple Music’s Country Risers and New in Country; Amazon Music’s Breakthrough Country; Pandora’s New Country Now and Rising Women in Country, plus several others.




For 20-year-old emerging artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen, it’s always been about storytelling. Deemed “a name you'll want to know in country music” by PEOPLERolling Stone further hails, “She writes with beyond-her-years poise.” With EP HISTORY OF BREAKING UP (PART ONE) out now, Pandora's 2021 Country Artist to Watch has independently surpassed 37 MILLION career streams and amassed 670 playlist adds. Picking up the guitar at seven and writing her first song by age nine, the Virginia Beach native relocated to Nashville at 14 and landed a publishing deal almost immediately. On the fast-track to stardom, she’s set to blaze her own trail in honor of the iconic Country women she grew up listening to – Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, and Taylor Swift. Signed to Eighteen Company in partnership with SB Projects for management, represented by UTA, and publishing with Warehouse West Entertainment, Springsteen is also Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s newest Celebrity Ambassador.