As a semi-finalist of the SiriusXM Canada’s Top of the Country contest, Brittany Kennell proudly represents Quebec with a music video for her single, “Bought The T-shirt” shot in the heart of the Old Port of Montreal, and we’re so happy to have the exclusive on it.
Alongside the nation’s 7 most promising country artists, this voting period is a crucial step in the competition which crowned Quebecer Matt Lang in 2019. The three artists to collect the most votes from the public will make the finals at Canadian Country Music Association Week this November. Each artist was tasked with recording and filming an original song. To show off her favorite part of the city and represent her home Province, Brittany rented the parking lot at Quai de l’Horloge in the Old Port of Montreal. She filmed her video with Mixbus – a recording studio and stage, built from old school buses.
“Bought the T-Shirt” is the self-love song of the summer. Delete those exes from your socials, move on, and don’t look back! This song is about acknowledging our mistakes and regrets we’ve made, but showing that we’ve learned from them. “Save yourself the money, the time you’re gonna waste, there’s so much in this world to see the same old place.” With colorful lyrics and that getaway feel, BTTS is the upbeat breakup song we all need to hear to pack our bags, catch a flight and move on to our next destination! “
Want to vote for Brittany on SiriusXM Canada’s Top of the Country, you still can, until June 28! Vote HERE.
Be sure to check out the full performance video for “Bought The T-Shirt” below, and stay up to date with this talented Canadian Country artist via her socials.
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