Bryde shares video for ‘Desire’ & full album tour dates

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Bryde shares video for ‘Desire’ here

Album tour dates announced

Bryde ~ ‘Desire’

“…one of her most searing and direct tracks to date”DIY

“Feral Guitar, Torn-from-the-chest lyrics…sensational” – The Sunday Times

“A voice that deserves attention” – Consequence of Sound

“swirling wave of tidal resonance that confidently sits between Scout Niblett and Sharon Van Etten” – The Line of Best Fit


Being human is a notion that bears close exploration for Welsh songwriter Bryde and in latest single ‘Desire’ specifically “our need for instant gratification”.

Produced with Chris Sorem and mixed by CJ Marks (whose recent production, mixing and engineering credits include Wolf Alice, PJ Harvey and St Vincent), the hard hitting indie rock anthem is another relatable, brutally honest documentation.

Today she shares the visual representation inspired “by the symbolism of certain scenes in the movie Under the Skin where the alien’s victims walk of their own free will into a thick dark oil and to their demise.”

“When writing the line “smother everything” I was actually imagining these temptations as a kind of veil that can leave us blind to what’s right and stuck in a cycle. We’re drawn to sugar coated things that underneath are bad for us. It’s about desires as things or people we want and can’t often resist despite knowing they will bring us nothing but regret.”

Director: Rhys Davies of Furball Films
Assisted by: Jamie Ahye
Actors: Jade Perraton and Kyle Telford

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.


Like An Island Tour

 April 2018
10 – DUBLIN Solo Set @ Ruby Sessions
11 – GALWAY , Monroe’s
12 – LIMERICK, Kasbah Social Club
13 – DUBLIN Whelans
15 – NEWCASTLE – Cluny 2
16 – EDINBURGH  – Sneaky Petes
17 – LEEDS – Oporto
19 – SHEFFIELD – Cafe Totem
20 – MANCHESTER – Gullivers
21 – NOTTINGHAM – Bodega
22 – BIRMINGHAM – The Cuban Embassy
23 – BRISTOL – Exchange
25 – CARDIFF – Clwb Ifor Bach
27 – BEDFORD – Esquires
30 – BRIGHTON – Komedia

MAY 2018
01 – LONDON – Omeara
04 – PARIS – Supersonic
05 – GHENT – Blond
06 – AMSTERDAM – Paradiso (small hall)
08 – HAMBURG – Astra Stube
09 – BERLIN – Kantine Am Berghain
11 – NYON – La Parenthese
12 – ZURICH – Exil
13 – VIENNA – B72
15 – MILAN – Serraglio
17 – BARCELONA – Nau
18 – MADRID – Costello

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