It’s okay, just call it cheesy!
- New single from Danish pop singer Bryan Rice
When the whole world was closed down due to the pandemic, the only way to meet to write songs was online. Danish singer/songwriter Bryan Rice started doing co-writes with American Tina Harris in Paris and Danish Freya in Stockholm.
As always, the great love was a recurring topic, and the big question was, who can sing about how over-the-top, too much it can be talking and singing about love?
If anyone can, Bryan can, Tina said...
As a boy, man, son, father, lover, artist and human being, Bryan has always lived with his feelings on the outside. With this strong connection to his own feelings, and his overall perception of songs as ‘feelings with sound’, Bryan has a way of interpreting his songs for others to feel and relate to his intentions. In this new single it’s clear, that he wants to acknowledge all that by just singing freely and openly about the overwhelming and almost unbelievably big emotions in his songs, and in love generally, that some may find cheesy.
Bryan says, ‘I have absolutely no problem with being cheesy. It can be a way for others to connect to their own big feelings, and if they can use my words as a means of communication, I’m just happy. I believe that a lot of important things are never expressed because of an inner fear to stand out or be labelled as ‘too much’, and that’s really sad. This is my way of saying to my listeners to get up there on the roof top and yell, as loud as they can, how much they’re in love. Especially in a time like now, where we’re either separated or so close all the time, that emotions are either suppressed or running wild. Feel free to be cheesy with me!’
The single is out on all platforms, worldwide, on March 12. Co-written and co-produced by Bryan himself. It’s the beginning of his 7th album release, the fourth on his own label, BRec, and the overall concept of the upcoming singles and album is the honest, positive and present sound that Bryan has been known for for more than 15 years.