I first met Brontë a few months ago through a mutual work connection. Luckily for me, it turns out she’s a wonderfully talented singer-songwriter! And, even more luckily, the songstress has just released her newest single, “Switch it Off,” produced by Mikal Blue and Jake Williams at LA’s Revolver Recordings.

Having already purchased the song on iTunes, I can confidently say that “Switch it Off” has an infectious melody that keeps pushing me to replay it whenever its three minutes and forty one seconds run out. The song has earned Brontë three nominations at this year’s Indie Music Channel Awards: Best Pop Recording, Best Pop Song, and Best Female Pop Artist. The awards show takes place in LA on April 22nd and 23rd.

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Brontë grew up accumulating bar and restaurant residencies around her city. She went on to win Sony Music Australia’s “Breaking Ground” competition in 2013, cementing her desires in pursuing her craft professionally – despite having studied Media and Communications at the University of Sydney.

After spending the summer of 2015 in New York City, busking and jamming at the famed Bitter End, she re-located herself to Los Angeles to work with Mikal Blue (OneRepublic, Colbie Caillat). As a member of his writing team, she pitches out killer songs (trust me, I’ve heard them and I can’t wait for you to hear them too) for TV and film projects through Sony/ATV. She is also signed, as a songwriter, to Opus 1 Music.

Give this pop writer a listen! If you’re anything like me, maybe you’ll find yourself adding a new track to your “most played” playlist.

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