Award-winning singer-songwriter Bree Taylor has released her highly-anticipated single, “Cry”. The ballad marks Bree’s third single since her transition into country, and explores the human condition of vulnerability and accepting it as a strength rather than weakness.
“I wanted to release a song that showed my emotional side following my last two releases that were more upbeat and showing my fun, outgoing side. I have been very open about my journey with mental health and my passion for supporting mental health awareness and initiatives,” said Bree Taylor. “I connected with this song because it sends the message that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes. That showing your vulnerabilities isn’t a weakness – it’s a strength. Breaking down and crying sometimes is healthy and it is a human reaction that is normal.”
Bree will be performing several live shows across Ontario including The Social Pub (295 George St N, Peterborough, ON K9J 3H3) on February 21st, 2020; the Cowbell Brewing Co. (40035 Blyth Rd, Blyth, ON N0M 1H0) on February 28th, 2020; and at Free Times Café (320 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S3) on March 28th, 2020.
Check out the single below and stay up to date with Bree via her socials.
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