Anna Nalick wrote her biggest hit single, “Breathe (2AM),” when she was 17 or 18, and more than a decade later, the California-based singer-songwriter still feels a strong relationship to that song and others from her 2005 debut album, “Wreck of the Day.”“It is pretty odd that sometimes I sing songs from ‘Wreck of the Day,’ and I feel almost like my 17-year-old self wrote those for me to hear now,” Nalick says.
“It has some sort of weird premonition that someday I would need to hear those words.
Nalick left her label under Sony in 2009 after a falling-out surrounding the release of her second album.
Nalick's second album Broken Doll & Odds & Ends was released on June 5, 2011.
Her debut album, Wreck of the Day, featuring her first radio hit, "Breathe (2 AM)", was released on April 19, 2005.professor, who had a student with parents in the music business.Nalick agreed to pass along a low-fidelity six-song demo tape, and soon enough, was introduced to Christopher Thorn and Brad Smith, the founding members of Blind Melon now turned production team, as well as Eric Rosse, best known for his production work for Tori Amos.Her video for the track got very heavy airplay on VH1 and some MTV airplay as well.At the time of the writing, Wreck of the Day has sold over 615,000 copies with a gold certification from the RIAA, and a No. In New Zealand, Wreck of the Day reached the Top 15 albums on the Top 40 Albums Chart.