Electro-pop upstart Bryony’s infectious vocals ooze attitude in her brand new single ‘Stronger’. A punchy electro backdrop provides the perfect backing for her trademark ‘take no prisoners’ lyricism in her second single of 2019. Packed to the brim with self confidence and intoxicating synth hooks, ‘Stronger’ is a catchy, unforgettable ‘bounce back’ anthem.
On ‘Stronger’, Bryony states: “For me, it’s about finding out what you want and realising that the decisions you’re going to make will hurt people. I really wanted Stronger to show that sometimes you just have to be selfish and do what’s best for you.”
The song bears the creative influence of electro-pop heavyweights Sigrid and Muna, its vibrant synth complimenting Bryony’s echoing vocals perfectly. The track is produced by Joe Cooper and features additional production and mixing from Jack Gourlay who’s extensive industry credits include working with the likes of Jack Garratt & Tom Odell.
22-year old singer-songwriter turned electro-pop artist Bryony has come a long way from writing guitar ballads in her bedroom, having been championed by the likes of BBC introducing, Raw VibeFM and Richer Unsigned. Inspired by the likes of Phil Collins and Sigrid, Bryony’s music combines scathing lyrics with big pop instrumentals and catchy hooks. Having initially only performed acoustically today her full band set up takes her brand of feminist pop across London, performing her first headline show at ‘The Social’ in London earlier this year. Her latest single ’Stronger’ will look to build on her earlier releases which featured in the BBC Introducing Hot List and garnered her Richer Unsigned’s Artist of the month.