Recording Artist Brittany Bloom Debuts Music Video For Her Latest Hit Single 'Breathe'

Music Video Premiered Live On VEVO This Past Sunday, August 9, 2020, Reaching Fans Across The World View The Music Video Now On YouTube

(PRUnderground) August 10th, 2020

Brittany Bloom Entertainment LLC proudly announces that its namesake recording artist Brittany Bloom debuted a music video for her latest hit single, “Breathe,” this past Sunday, August 9, 2020, to live fans around the world on VEVO. A rising talent whose songs are described as ‘real’ and ‘relatable,’ Bloom’s new ballad “Breathe” and its corresponding music video are both motivational pieces of art intended to uplift and encourage individuals around the world during these trying times. 

“With my new single, ‘Breathe,’ the emotional lyrics are intended to inspire each listener and remind them that being down is a part of life but that we are all able to push forward,” said Bloom. “Many of us are looking for ways to navigate our lives, especially now as we are amid a global health pandemic and a national rallying cry for Black lives to matter. Even with the additional news last week of the tragedy in Beirut where so many innocent lives perished, it is more pertinent than ever that we remain positive and ‘breathe.’ Performing ‘Breathe’ helped me to recover during a time when I was feeling down and I am hopeful that it will be a positive part of recovery for someone else, as well.”

Integrating the music and lyrics of “Breathe” is a new music video that premiered for the first time over a live viewing this past weekend on VEVO. Merging classic style elements and symbolism, the video’s visuals contrast the colors of white and black with profound pops of red to represent pain and passion. 

“I was so excited to debut my new music video live with my fans around the world this weekend and I look forward to others viewing our visual masterpiece this summer,” continued Bloom. “It was important to me that ‘Breathe’ represented all of the current troubles that people are going through today, from dealing with the pandemic, the suppression of minority voices, to the struggles of mental health. While watching my video, viewers will notice a number of visual representations throughout the video that I believe can speak to each individual and remind them to always persevere against all odds.”

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, recording artist Brittany Bloom is a down-to-earth and sweet young woman whose musical style is chic and trendy. Bloom’s latest single “Breathe” is currently available for digital streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, Tidal,

">YouTube, and Deezer, with downloads available through the iTunes Store and Amazon Music.

“Breathe” was written by Aaron Lamont, produced by Detroit Nix, and mixed and mastered by Anthony R. Smith.

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