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 Brynn Elliott - Music

 

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BRYNN ELLIOTT RETURNS WITH 

CAN I BE REAL?

 

CELEBRATESEAGERLY AWAITED NEW EP WITH THE OFFICIAL VIDEO OF THE TITLE TRACK

PREMIERINGTODAY WITH HOURLY AIRINGS ACROSS VARIOUS MTV PLATFORMS 

THE CAN I BE REAL TOUR BEGINSSEPTEMBER 13TH IN WASHINGTON, DC

 

CAN I BE REAL? AVAILABLETODAY AT ALL DSPS AND STREAMING SERVICES

 


   Singer-songwriter Brynn Elliott hasannounced today’s release of her new EP. CAN I BE REAL? isavailable now via Atlantic Records at all DSPs and streaming services CAN I BE REAL? explores themes ofauthenticity, honesty and freedom,” says Elliott, “all the whilecommunicating those core themes of empowerment that I’m always seeking to writeinto my songs. However, this time around, it all hit closer to home during thewriting process. ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’ was just the tip of the iceberg. Inseeking to sing about women finding the freedom to be themselves, I had to askthe question of myself: ‘Am I really being the most authentic and honestversion of myself?’ That was not an easy question and it led to the completionof the EP and is now the question I ask myself everyday: Can I Be Real?”

     


      CAN I BE REAL? is highlighted by the EP’spowerfully sincere title track, “Can I Be Real,” available today at allDSPs and streaming services. “Can I Be Real” is joined by an official musicvideo premiering today across a range of MTV platforms, airing at the top ofevery music hour on MTV LIVE, MTV Biggest Pop, and MTVU. “Can I Be Real” isstreaming now at the official Brynn Elliott YouTube channel 

 

Brynn Elliott "Can I Be Real?"

       Elliott will celebrate CAN I BE REAL? with aseries of upcoming US live dates. Next week will see Elliott performing CAN IBE REAL? in its entirety for the first time ever as part of “The Can I Be RealLivestream Moment,” an exclusive global livestream concert eventwith the premium digital live platform Moment House. Set for Thursday, July 15th at 6 pmPST)/9 pm (EST), the ticketed event marks the Los Angeles-based artist’s firstfull band live show in over a year as well as her long awaited return to herhome city’s iconic Troubadour – the last venue she played before the globalpandemic. For tickets, please visit www.momenthouse.com/co/brynn-elliott-live-from-the-troubadour.

     The Can I Be Real Tour beginsSeptember 13th at Washington, DC’s Union Stage and thenmakes stops in major markets across the country through early October. Forcomplete details and ticket information, please visit www.brynnelliottofficial.com.


    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recorded in Los Angeles and produced in largepart by songwriting/production duo The Monarch (Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj),CAN I BE REAL? sees Elliott expanding on the thoughtful yet emotionally potentlyricism of her 2018 debut, TIME OF OUR LIVES, infusing her vibrant alt-pop with undeniablewarmth, unaffected charm, and a uniquely contemplative focus on identity,self-image, and finding one’s place in the world. The new EP includes a stellarseries of recently released singles including “Without You,” “Letter To A Girl,” and “Tell Me I’m Pretty” all available now at all DSPs and streamingservices.


      Co-written with songwriter Michelle Buzz (KatyPerry, Kylie Minogue), “Tell Me I’m Pretty” ascended to the top 25 atHot Ac radio outlets nationwide. Hailed by 
Idolator in its online premiere as “a feel-good bopwith a powerful message,” “Tell Me I’m Pretty” is joined by an official musicvideo – filmed at a palatial estate on the Hudson River Palisades by LosAngeles-based photographer, creative director, and director Lauren Dunn (KaliUschis, G-Eazy) – streaming now at YouTube following an exclusive broadcast premierevia MTV and NickMusic. In addition, a stripped down performance video, filmedlive in DTLA, is streaming now.

Brynn Elliott DTLA (Downtown LA) live performance

     TIME OF OUR LIVES proved a breakthrough debut forthe Atlanta-born, Los Angeles-based Elliott upon its 2018 release, highlightedby the top 15 Hot AC smash, “Might Not Like Me,” available for individualstreaming and download HERE; the track – which has earned over 43M globalstreams thus far – is joined by an equally popular official video, directed bySarah McColgan (Kelly Clarkson, Charli XCX) and now boasting more than 4M YouTubeviews HERE following its broadcast premiere via MTVand MTVU and online premiere via Refinery29, which raved, “For every breakup tune inwhich the singer laments about love lost, there’s another that spins a splitinto an empowering life event. Kelly Clarkson has ‘Since U Been Gone.’ KatyPerry has ‘Part of Me.’ But it’s Brynn Elliott, a name not quite asrecognizable (at least, not yet) whose breakup anthem ‘Might Not Like Me’ isalso an ode to every woman who was made to feel smaller in a relationship forsomeone else’s benefit.

     Elliott – who studied philosophy at Harvard butspent most of her weekends and summers on stage, playing over 200 shows both onher own and as special guest to such artists as Brandi Carlile, Grace Potter,and Alanis Morissette – celebrated TIME OF OUR LIVES with a series of nationalTV appearances, including NBC’s TODAY, the nationallysyndicated Live with Kelly and Ryan, and MTV’s TRL.What’s more, Elliott supported the EP by traveling North America alongside suchlike-minded acts as AJ Mitchell, James Arthur, and Why Don’t We. The lattertour saw Elliott reaching her biggest audiences thus far, playing to more than100,000 people over 18 sold out shows across the Unites States.


 

BRYNN ELLIOTT

THE CAN I BE REAL TOUR 2021

 

JULY

15 – Los Angeles, CA – “The Can I Be RealLivestream Moment” Presented By Moment House

 

SEPTEMBER

13 – Washington, DC – Union Stage

14 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair

15 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge

17 – Atlanta, GA – Vinyl

20 – Chicago, IL – Schubas

22 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry

 

OCTOBER

4 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw

5 – Los Angeles, CA – Moroccan Lounge

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