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Bryony Jarman-Pinto voices frustrations on new single “Willow”

Bryony Jarman-Pinto voices frustrations on new single “Willow”

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“Introducing ‘Willow,’ the latest release by Bryony Jarman-Pinto, a singer, songwriter, and musician based in Lancaster. This single expresses her protest against politicians through themes of defiance against misinformation. Set to be featured on her forthcoming album ‘Below Dawn’ (Releasing on Friday, 10th May via Tru Thoughts), the track was produced by Ben Lamdin, also known as Nostalgia 77, from the same label. Bryony’s previous singles garnered significant backing from BBC Introducing, Jazz FM, and Huey Morgan (BBC 6Music).”

The song “Willow” starts with the lyrics “Willow won’t you grow and shelter me? There is a nonsense I do hear”, serving as a reminder to resist anger triggered by political irrationality. Inspired by the Jazz Standard “Willow Weep For Me,” the track kicks off with a bassline and chords, while Ruta Sipola delivers a graceful flute solo that evokes visuals of protective branches against social injustice and disappointments from authorities.

‘‘Beneath the Morning Light’ explores emotional topics, spanning societal shifts and unexplored feelings to the profound odyssey of childbirth and maternal experiences, emanating an intimate ambiance. Bryony’s unique melodious voice and the incorporation of jazz-influenced tunes enhance this sentimental depth. The album represents a profoundly personal and metamorphic musical expedition, with its title elegantly capturing this evolution. Bryony explains, “This record delves into my life on the brink of motherhood and embarking on a new chapter, hence the title mirrors that unseen driving force.”

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Bryony Jarman-Pinto, a singer, songwriter, and musician born in London and now based in Lancaster, is recognized for her skillful fusion of captivating vocals, mesmerizing jazz-inspired tunes, and finely detailed, heartfelt lyrics that showcase her storytelling prowess.

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