Last month she shared her latest single ‘Desire’, a hard hitting indie rock anthem exploring “our need for instant gratification, desire’s addictive qualities and how they can make us behave.”
‘Desire’ is an exploration of the self-deceptions practiced on ourselves when we give in to our weaker moments. The dark and lascivious riffing throughout is performed on an electric baritone guitar (pitched between the standard guitar and a bass).
It was produced with Chris Sorem and mixed by CJ Marks (whose recent production, mixing and engineering credits include Wolf Alice, PJ Harvey and St Vincent).
Last year’s singles ‘Honey’ and ‚Wouldn’t That Make You Feel Good‘ carried the empowering sound of every toxic relationship ever being shouldered off. Bryde’s brutal and direct lyricism and unmistakable vocals has brought her continued support from Huw Stephens, a ‘Hottest Track’ accolade from the Sunday Times, and media praise from Nylon, The Line of Best Fit and Consequence of Sound. She also played several busy shows in the US last summer.
The deeply human concerns and unbridled rawness running through Bryde’s output has gained her an ever-growing fanbase in good time for the debut album slated for spring 2018