Bryde makes ‘Peace’ in raucous latest single
FFO: Bloom Twins, Hey Charlie
Label: Seahorse Music
Currently residing in London, Pembrokeshire-born Sarah Howells, better known as Bryde, is set to release her debut LP Like An Island on 13th April and has released the candid ‘Peace’ in the run-up. Sticking to her honest and cathartic signature sound, Bryde has moved to a heavier, more raucous side, producing her most amplified track yet. The LP will be released via Seahorse Music, her own record label which she founded to publish music of like-minded women to help make them more visible in the male-dominated industry. With a whopping 29-date UK/Ireland/European tour scheduled for April and May, 2018 is sure to be the year of Bryde.
Bryde on the track: “Peace is about the warm glow of two drinks and real connection with another person. It’s about the end of anger and the settling calm after a storm. Being able to be entirely yourself and still be liked. I had to make it the loudest track on the album because if something’s not a little subversive.”