Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Bryde - Wait

Drawing influence from the likes of PJ Harvey and Sharon Van Etten, and with nods to Daughter and The xx, Brixton-based singer/songwriter Sarah Howells, aka Bryde has just unveiled her rather poignant debut single titled "Wait", a song that is as sinister and uneasy as it is hauntingly beautiful. The track is taken from her an as yet untitled collection of songs, everything, including the cover, reflects the concept of a "mirage-like relationship".

Speaking on the single's artwork and its relevance to her music, Bryde says:

"The cover shot was just a little snap shot taken at home for Instagram but it came to symbolise the music. Everyone thinks it is a tin of black paint when actually it’s a shallow tin of shoe polish. That deception is exactly the kind of relationship I want these songs convey."

Listen to "Wait" below.

"Wait" will be released on January 10th. Pre-order on iTunes.

Premiere via The Line of Best Fit.

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