The Kentucky bred, Nashville based, piano–pop starlet, Heather Bond, has a way of wearing her heart on her sleeve. Her voice is instantly commanding and yet strangely soothing, while her words and melodies are both poignant and subtly understated.
Bond released her debut album, So Long, in September of 2015. The album quickly grabbed the attention of local press, such as the Nashville Scene, which proclaimed: “[Heather’s] perspective is fresh, with [her] cool, controlled voice sailing along over arrangements that make judicious use of rich strings that play an impressive variety of roles across the album.”
Heather was signed to Modern Works Music Publishing shortly after releasing her debut album, as well as Whizbang Music Licensing. She has seen various international placements, including hit TV shows such as Jane the Virgin and Sesame Street.
In addition to her solo career, Bond teamed up with long time writing partner Kaleb Jones and GRAMMY nominated producer Bobby Holland to form The Daybreaks. In June 2017, The Daybreaks released their debut album and were quickly dubbed a “supergroup” by Nashville’s #1 independent radio station, Lightning 100 Radio (WRLT). No Country for New Nashville exclaimed: “Dripping in '80s nostalgia, electro-infused, cinematic, and hook-laden, the pseudo-supergroup is poised to become one of Nashville's next breakout acts.”