PREMIERE: Bryony Sier Releases New Single “Merry Go Round”

Having unleashed her previous track ID in November, we are pleased to team up with Bryony Sier for the premiere of her new single “Merry Go Round,” a heartwarming single that beautifully blends folk melodies with great vocal harmonies.

When quizzed about what inspired this song, Bryony points out that: “the whole idea of a merry-go-round is a great metaphor because sometimes living and loving can feel like you’re riding one – with ups and downs along the way! But, for me, this track is mainly about relationships and the reality of what love can feel like at times”.

Bryony Sier is an acclaimed folk-pop artist from South Wales whose unique sound/vibe draws upon a wide variety of influences but is shaped especially by her love of American blues, soul, gospel and country music. Still only in her early twenties, the soulful power and maturity of Bryony’s voice has already caught the attention of some of the biggest names in the music industry. Over recent years she has performed as a support act for the likes of Steph Cameron, Twin Bandit, Molly Tuttle and Rachel Baiman, and she has worked with producers and songwriters such as Charlie Francis (R.E.M.), Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran) and Rick Wakeman.  Bryony plays regularly on BBC radio and has performed everywhere from Swn, FOCUS Wales and Tadstock to Between the Trees and Nozstock. Bryony’s last single ID was selected for the prestigious BBC Sounds Wales Mix. Her new single Merry Go Round will be released through Trackd and The Orchard on Friday 28th February.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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