A music video in companion of Michelle Branch's new song "This Way" from upcoming studio album "Everything Comes and Goes" has been debuted. Filmed in black-and-white scenes, it presents the singer/songwriter strolling along the street and singing to the song with chunks of its lyrics written on the screen.
In addition to recording "This Way", Michelle also works on a self-penned song called "Together", the soundtrack for "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2", and a ballad track titled "Crazy Ride", which is a lullaby to her daughter Owen. Calling her latest work a "break-up album" as a reference to her exit from The Wreckers, she hasn't set any release date for the record though.
Words are, the effort is still in the works as she wrote on her official site back in early February. "I've decided to record two more songs with a producer I highly admire here in Nashville. I was pleased to find out that he's a fan and that he's just as excited as I am in helping me finish this record," so she claimed.
Beside cooking up new materials for her new album, Michelle Branch will help Yusuf Islam, who was formerly known as Cat Stevens, making music for his next album. On top of that, she will also make a duet with country music singer Chris Isaak in Chris' upcoming effort "Mr. Lucky".
Michelle Branch's "This Way" music video