Brynn Elliott is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. Not too long ago, she released a lovely music video for her “Breathe” single, co-written by Elliott and Pink Sweat$, who also produced the track. The video, directed by Austin Starrett Winchell (Hayley Kiyoko, Marshmello, Roddy Ricch), contains creative direction by Lauren Dunn (Megan Thee Stallion, Ingrid Andress).
Brynn Elliott – “Breathe” music video
“I wrote the first verse and chorus of ‘Breathe’ at the beginning of this year about my journey through the pandemic. I moved across the country to Los Angeles in the middle of this global crisis. In the midst of that transition, I had to learn what it meant truly to breathe. I experienced the greatest loss I’ve ever known when my dad died suddenly and unexpectedly. Since then, I feel like I have had to start over creatively. I had to go back to 15-year-old Brynn, just me and a guitar processing life.
We’ve all lost and grieved so much through this pandemic. It’s my hope that my story and this song will provide a moment of peace and calm for those who hear it for whatever they might be grieving or feeling. It’s my deepest hope that this song inspires others to breathe and to know what a wonderfully beautiful gift it is to be alive.” – Brynn Elliott explained
‘Breathe’ finds Brynn Elliott facing the tragic and unexpected loss of her father. The tender tune contains a sentimental narrative about love and loss. Also, the song possesses guitar-driven instrumentation flavored with warm indie-pop vibration and acoustic undertones. Furthermore, “Breathe” follows on the heels of Brynn Elliott’s new EP, entitled, CAN I BE REAL?.
Brynn Elliott – “Can I Be Real?” EP
‘Can I Be Real?’ EP is highlighted by “Tell Me I’m Pretty,” co-written with songwriter Michelle Buzz (Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue), which ascended to the Top 25 at Hot AC radio outlets nationwide. Also, the EP includes a stellar series of singles including “Without You,” “Letter To A Girl,” and “Can I Be Real.” Recorded in Los Angeles, “Can I Be Real?” was produced in large part by songwriting/production duo, The Monarch (Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj).
The project sees Brynn Elliott expanding on the thoughtful yet emotionally potent lyricism of her breakthrough 2018 debut, TIME OF OUR LIVES. She infuses her vibrant alt-pop with undeniable warmth, unaffected charm, and a uniquely contemplative focus on identity, self-image, and finding one’s place in the world.
Brynn Elliott – “Time of Our Lives” EP
TIME OF OUR LIVES proved a breakthrough debut for Elliott. The project was highlighted by the Top 15 Hot AC smash, “Might Not Like Me,” – which earned over 43M global streams thus far.
Brynn Elliott studied Philosophy at Harvard University. But she spent most of her weekends and summers on stage, playing over 200 shows on her own. Also, she performed as a special guest to such artists as Brandi Carlile, Grace Potter, Alanis Morissette, Why Don’t We, AJ Mitchell, and James Arthur.
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