- 04 Nov 20
Featuring dancer and choreographer Lisa Hogan showcasing her work in the ballroom of Charleville Castle, Tullamore.
Alt-pop auteur Brí has created a spark of creative energy across the Irish music scene, with her latest work linking enthralling vocals with contemporary dance for a stunning result.
Brí's nw single 'Burying' connects the singer with songwriting on a fundamental level.
Following on from her previous singles 'Low Supply' and 'Polite', 'Burying' is an emotion-driven track which is bound to grasp her audience with her angelic vocal prowess and vulnerable words.
'Polite' documented the "internal struggle between the reactive and impulsive parts of oneself."
The Offaly-raised, Dublin-based indie artist's debut single 'Low Supply' was nominated for an IMVA Choice Award.
'Burying', meanwhile, "expresses the need to break away whether from the media, the news or an unhealthy relationship" according to the musician.
"It is a dance between strength and weakness depending on how it is perceived. I relate to the song now more than ever. There is a divide in the world that I don't want to be a part of."
This motif of dance is explored in the beautiful video, featuring dancer and choreographer Lisa Hogan.
Watch the mesmerising video for 'Burying' with Lisa Nolan's dance talent below: