Indigo Summer is comprised of Bryan Edwards and Hope Nix. The two met back in 2010 in Nashville and immediately hit it off with their artistic styles. The two blend their styles and backgrounds seamlessly while each bringing their own sound to the duo. Bryan hails from Florida and had his first big success in country music when Jason Aldean cut his track “If She Could See Me Now” on his triple platinum album, My Kinda Party. Hope moved to Nashville from Oklahoma after cutting her teeth across the Sooner State playing the full spectrum of shows and venues.
Today Indigo Summer has released their self-titled debut album. The 12 track body of work features singles like “A1a”, “Pop, Fizz, Clink”, and “Something You Miss” that fans are already familiar with while bringing fresh new songs to keep you partying right through fall. One of the new tracks that’s sure to standout is “Not To”. Hope and Bryan each bring their strong vocals to the song while creating a perfect symmetry between the male and female narrative being told.
In songs like “Not To” as well as “Lookin’ Like That” you can really hear the influence other groups such as Lady Antebellum have had on the two of them. It is easy to envision Hope having a similar career path as Hilary Scott. Now it’s time to sit back, press play and enjoy the new album from Indigo Summer!