BRY+ TESSA VIOLET + DANNY GRUFF
Following the announcement of landing the sole support of 21 Pilots sold out European tour, the eagerly awaited debut album from Bry is now available for pre order on iTunes and Google Play. The eponymous album Bry contains 10 tracks including the previously released ‘Don’t Go Alone’ and ‘You’re Alright’ which Bry released on his own strong following across social channels.
With the help of producer Greg Wells (who has also worked with Adele, Pharrell Williams, Celine Dion and many more), singer-songwriter and part-time vlogger Bry created the album with upbeat tempos and affable melodies in Los Angeles earlier this year.
Bry’s story begins in down at heel Dublin pubs and clubs where he performed in a succession of bands before taking a notion to travel to every single country in the world. Setting up a YouTube channel (BriBryontour) to let family and friends know how he was getting on his travels, one late night abroad he uploaded a video of himself playing one of his own songs and everything changed.
Hundreds, then thousands, then hundreds of thousands new subscribers tuned in to hear his music. Forging a very real connection with his followers through personalised videos, Question and Answer web chats and specially curated online sessions, his confidence grew and his repertoire expanded.
Watch the video for ‘You’re Alright’ below:
Plus support from TESSA VIOLET
Best known for her YouTube channel, Tessa Violet is a singer-songwriter as well as video blogger.
Watch the video for ‘Not Over You’ below:
Plus support from DANNY GRUFF
Danny started 2016 hot on the heels of his successful 2015 project ‘ONTAW’. This was a project to release One New Tune A Week for a year with accompanying videos and blogs. This took him on 3 official UK tours, one of which was his first headline tour. This project was received greatly by the people who have followed his music since seeing him supporting acts such as James Bourne (Busted), Beans on Toast, The King Blues, Charlie Simpson, Bastille and Frank Turner to name a few. These gigs were amongst the approximate 700 gigs that Danny has done up until this point.
The release that preceded ONTAW was an EP called Optimist, which was recorded at Sticky Studios (Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Paloma Faith), and was the first sign of Danny’s change in musical direction. This direction was to try find a perfect blend of Folk and Pop. He is due to release his debut album in March 2017.
Watch the video for ’9 Hours’ below: