Singer-songwriter Brooke Moriber today shares her stunning video for “The Last Goodbye”. The visual conveys a deteriorating relationship through cut scenes that trace the arc of the relationship while Brooke performs alone at a piano. Throughout the track, short bursts of triumph come with every chorus, giving viewers and listeners hope for those like Brooke working their way through challenging times. Brooke puts it simply: “The Last Goodbye is a song I wrote about finding the strength it takes to walk away from an unhealthy relationship.”
On release, the video caught attention from No Depression, who lauded Brooke as “a major league talent deserving a spot in the mainstream spotlight”.
Moriber has previously been critically acclaimed for her “clarion voice” by the Associated Press and songs that are “destined for high rotation”. Her distinctive sound ranges in influences from Linda Ronstadt to Amy Lee, Sara Bareilles and beyond. Brooke’s unique career started on the Broadway stage where she earned a reputation for her powerhouse vocals and received special mention by the New York Times for her acting abilities.
Since the age of fifteen, Brooke has been writing and licensing her own original pop/country/rock music to network television and several soundtracks. Brooke’s remarkable ability to juggle her career as a recording artist and an actor has found her sharing the stage and screen with such performers as The Gin Blossoms, Cindy Lauper, Alan Cumming, Lily Taylor and Kristin Johnston.
Brooke is especially impressive in her vocal style because of her incredibly dynamic and tonal range. Her voice is incredibly smooth, and has stylistic nuances hinting at influences of rock, pop and country, making her a very versatile vocalist.
“The Last Goodbye” is taken from Brooke’s 2017 debut EP, Here And Gone. Hear the full record here: spoti.fi/2MsaDIz