Teri Bracken — the singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and visionary force behind Brontë Fall’s mix of indie-pop and rootsy Americana — was preparing to release 2020’s Finishing School when the world shifted. A tornado ripped through her adopted hometown of East Nashville, sending two trees crashing onto her roof. A pandemic brought her world to a standstill. A messy breakup left her heartbroken, and her father’s ongoing battle with cancer found her making regular trips to a hospital in Ohio. Throughout it all, Bracken continued to create music. This was something more than songwriting — it was therapy. A battle cry from a frontwoman who had always found empowerment in her own music. A reminder that difficult seasons are only temporary, with weary winters soon giving way to brighter summers. Winter, Brontë Fall’s follow-up to 2020’s Finishing School, was created during those months of dark struggles and silver linings. It’s a six-song EP that doubles down on Bracken’s pop roots, trading the Americana influences of her previous recordings for a mix of synthesizers, punchy percussion, and other electronic elements. The record also strongly nods to Emily Brontë’s “Fall, Leaves, Fall,” a poem about finding the warmth in nature’s cold spells.
Kiely Connell is a Nashville Tennessee transplant with rustbelt roots. Hailing from Hammond, Indiana just four houses down from the Illinois state line, Kiely draws inspiration from the hardworking people of her native Midwest community. As one of her peers put it: “Kiely’s songs walk a tightrope, planting each step equally with both the grace at the heart of folk music, and the steadfast confidence of an experienced rock and roll soul”. Kiely’s powerful four-octave range will take you on a journey that transcends the ordinary.
As a young artist, Colin has already established a storied career. Most notably, he’s toured the U.S. with various bands and opened for acts such as OK Go, Steve Miller Band, Cherry Glazerr and Alan Parsons Project. Now, Colin is well-poised to dominate the music industry as he steps into the spotlight as a solo artist.
Mixed by Craig Bauer, GRAMMY Award-winning mixer, engineer and producer, Colin’s debut album, Everything and Nothing, is packed with captivating melodies, pocket symphonies, introspective suites and concise songwriting gift-wrapped in tasteful and timeless production.
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