Wolverhamptom based singer-songwriter, Bryony Williams, has announced her signing to London based record label, Beth Shalom Records, with the release of her latest single I Can Be. The lead single of her upcoming 3rd EP, State I'm In, signifies a new, refreshed power to her songwriting and outlook on life, with more of a free spirit essence while also finding her own confidence to be more bold.

Since self-releasing two EP’s in her musical career so far, Bryony weaves in and out of the indie pop/rock realm and creates her own signifying sound. In recent years Bryony has been championed by BBC Introducing, with making her 2019 single, Little Tree, BBC West Midlands' Track of the Month, along with support from Tom Robinson on Radio 6, and performing on various Introducing stages at festivals (The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival, Camper Calling).

Commenting on the I Can Be, Bryony said: "The meaning of the song came from my own frustrations and fears of the future, while also consciously taking myself on a journey; to flesh out that inner confidence and to own who you are. You're going to uncover and encourage parts of your personality that let you feel like your authentic and badass self. My summary: be you, have fun and to hell with what others may think."

The EP, State I'm In, will be released via Beth Shalom Records on September 18th on Limited Edition Vinyl, which will be accompanied by Bryony's critically acclaimed 2018 EP, Conscious.

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