21-year-old rising singer-songwriter Bryony Dunn has been wowing audiences with her live performances and debut single, ‘Golden Girl,’ an unashamedly brazen slice of pop brilliance about ‘celebrity’. Her new song, ‘Full Bloom’, is due for release on 23 April. Drawing from her own experience as a teenager, it also captures something of the magic of the Narnia-like Surrey Hills where Bryony grew up. The unforgettable melody draws from artists like Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp, Lorde and Taylor Swift all of whom figure big time in her father’s encyclopedic record collection - yet has a youthful energy and buzz that’s fantastically original and makes you want to dance.
Big moments so far:
•Collaborating with multi-platinum songwriters Charlie Dore and Dominic King
•October 7, 2017: released debut single ‘Golden Girl’ with supporting video shot on location in Paris which perfectly reflects the song’s lyrics and themes.
•On-going support from BBC Introducing
•BBC Introducing: ‘Track of the Day: South’ three times
•‘Golden Girl’ named ‘Eagle 3 Best Showcase Track of 2017
•‘Golden Girl’ played on 50 British radio stations with 17,000 views on Youtube.
• Her very own band starring ACM alumni and acoustic/electro-pop wizards Martin Coe and Lewis Ball