London, ON-based pop singer-songwriter Brandon Watt has released his debut single, “Fall” from his forthcoming EP to be released in Spring 2020. The single, and the forthcoming EP was produced by Canadian producer Dan Brodbeck (known for his work on Dolores O’Riordan’s solo releases “Are You Listening” and “No Baggage”).
The track is emblematic not only of his prowess as a songwriter, but the soulfulness of his vocal performance is truly exceptional, conveying a plaintiveness and vulnerability that is instantly connective with any listener who is desperate for the person they love to love them back with the same sort of abandon and depth of passion.
“It’s not meant to be a sad song. It’s a hopeful song where I am saying to the person I want to be with that I have lost so many things, I’ve been disappointed and heartbroken before, and so have you, but I just want us to fall in love, and maybe if she would just let go and let it happen, maybe it would be something great for both of us. It’s about the wonderful things that can happen sometimes if we just take a chance and let go,” Watt explained.
Check out the lyric video below and stay up to date with Brandon via his socials.
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