Sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint the centre of an emotion. But London-based artist Bryde seems to have managed to do exactly this with her new track “Help Yourself”.
Following up on her previous self confessional track ‘Wait‘, Bryde amps up the tension with a song that slowly forms around a tightly wound core of emotive pop that soon explodes into a crescendo of tidal resonance. Taken from her forthcoming release, simply entitled EP1, “Help Yourself” signals an artist with a huge depth of potential.
Taking queues from the dark chambers of Anna von Hausswolff and the fragility of Scout Nibblet, with more than a smidgen of (dare we say) PJ Harvey, Bryde manages to engage her visceral side and unleash a furious, confessional pean that’s impossible to ignore.
Listen to ‘Help Yourself‘ below.