Rising pop singer-songwriter Brynn Elliott is debuting the lyric video for her inquisitive track “Internet You,” premiering completely on Billboard right now (Feb. 19).
The synth-pop monitor is the newest single f Elliott’s debut EP, Time Our Lives, with lyrics that query the realness somebody she met by the web because the cfee-themed video portrays her phrases. “What on this planet am I doing right here?/ Listening to you discuss, questioning once you'll cease/ Talking 'bout nothing, taking me nowhere/ It was all pretend, none it was true/ Can I run away with the web you?/ Can I run away with the web you?,” she ponders on the catchy refrain.
The latest Harvard graduate tells Billboard that the track is supposed to remind those who generally what we see on the web doesn't translate to actual life. “I wrote this track about what it means to dwell within the digital age,” she explains. “We spend a lot time curating pictures on-line that we neglect to place that very same vitality into our actual on a regular basis lives and relationships. I’ve skilled this in myself and in courting. It’s additionally one thing I discuss fairly a bit about with my mates.”
The lyric video additionally options distinctive latte artwork from the gifted Baristart (Michael Breach). Elliott, who has performed with artists like Alanis Morissette, Brandi Carlile and Allen Stone, says her love cfee impressed the video. “I’m excited to have partnered with Baristart for this lyric video — I like cfee and all the pieces about it,” she says. “But additionally cfee is a contemporary connecting level. Meeting up for cfee is one area the place true connection and genuine interplay is occurring these days so there’s positively a deeper metaphor at work behind the enjoyable latte artwork within the video.”
Elliott can also be gearing as much as open for Why Don’t We throughout their eight Letters tour, which kicks f on March 20. “Playing dwell is my absolute favourite half what I do and I’m grateful to have the chance to open the present every evening for an superior group guys,” she says.
Check out Elliott’s new lyric video for her track’s “Internet You” under.