The new single “Without You” heralds Brynn’s CAN I BE REAL? EP, available for pre-order now HERE; “Without You” is streaming now via DSPs and streaming services
Brynn Elliott says: “’Without You’ plays a very important role in my forthcoming EP about honesty. It’s a song about being vulnerable with someone you love, telling them that you don’t want to live your life without them by your side. I think that’s one of the most vulnerable things anyone could ever say to another person. It’s a fun, roll down your car windows kind of song that I wanted to release right at the beginning of summer as we emerge from the pandemic and embrace our loved ones again!”
Recorded in Los Angeles and produced in large part by songwriting/production duo The Monarch (Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj), CAN I BE REAL? sees Elliott expanding on the thoughtful yet emotionally potent lyricism of her 2018 debut EP, TIME OF OUR LIVES.
After touring the country with acts such as Alanis Morissette, Brandi Carlile, OAR and Why Don’t We, Brynn became addicted to the energy and connectivity of live music and was determined to make it her career. The Troubadour was the last venue Brynn played before the pandemic, and as a new LA resident it holds an even more special place in her heart. With the Moment House concert event, Brynn once again returns to the Troubadour to play her first live show with a full band in over a year, which will be livestreamed on July 15th for a ticketed event.
The previous single “Tell Me I’m Pretty” is an empowering anthem that pulls from stories of superficiality- a concept that dates back in history, from corsets to Instagram filters. The track which reached the Top 25 of Hot AC radio, is co-written with songwriter Michelle Buzz (Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue), and is joined by an official music video filmed at a palatial estate on the Hudson River Palisades, directed by Los Angeles-based photographer, creative director, and director Lauren Dunn (The Weeknd, G-Eazy) now following its exclusive broadcast premiere via MTV and NickMusic. “Tell Me I’m Pretty” premiered online via Idolator, who describes the track as “a feel-good bop with a powerful message.”