Growing up immersed in music and performance, 21-year-old rising singer-songwriter Bryony Dunn applies a lifetime of passion into her sugary and pensive take on modern pop. Alongside her emphatic live performances, debut single Golden Girl; an unashamedly brazen slice of pop brilliance about celebrity culture, and follow up Full Bloom were both well received by fans and critics alike, including ongoing support from BBC Introducing and tens of thousands of hits online.
Writing honest and personal narratives on her life, she pulls inspirations from an eclectic list of iconic artists including the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp, Lorde, and Taylor Swift, and in doing so she incorporates a refreshing youthful energy, citing alt-pop phenomenon Christine and The Queens as her main influence.
Releasing November 9th, I Can’t Look Away addresses the positive effects of a romantic interest, masterfully sang across a forward-thinking pop instrumental. As the track unfolds additional layers of her blissful voice wash over you, that work in perfect synergy with the synth work and build towards a crescendo of emotion that overflows with an introspective and melancholic energy that’s brought into balance by the irrefutably danceable groove.
On the narrative behind I Can’t Look Away, Bryony shares:
“It’s about finding someone that brings out the best in you and accepts the bits you would rather not acknowledge.”