NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 18, 2022) – Indie-pop artist Brontë Fall is sharing the new music video for recently released song “Beyond The Rain” today. Co-directed by Kelsey Kopecky and Oceanna, the music video was inspired by Brontë Fall’s personal experience surviving the East Nashville tornadoes of March 2020, days before the pandemic hit. Staying the course with literary influences, Brontë Fall echoes a similar sentiment to Dorothy in the Wizard Of Oz. In the video, Brontë Fall is swept up in a twister. Instead of waking up in Oz, she wakes up to an unfamiliar place, somewhere ‘beyond the rain’ with no yellow brick road to show her the way back. “Beyond The Rain” is from Brontë Fall’s forthcoming, third studio project Winter, due out on March 4th.
View the “Beyond The Rain” music video, here: https://youtu.be/rPs2Tv9HdUM.
“I was in the Nashville tornado. After being displaced for two weeks, the world promptly shut down because of the pandemic. Everything changed for me that day and ‘Beyond The Rain’ is a small snippet of what that experience felt like,” said Teri Bracken (Brontë Fall).
Brontë Fall will talk more about “Beyond The Rain” with Devon O’Day at Main Street Media today at 11:15 a.m. CST. Tune-in to watch here: https://www.facebook.com/TheWilsonPost/videos.
Brontë Fall’s independent spirit and storytelling has continued to captivate audiences. “Beyond The Rain” was highlighted by Lightning 100’s the615, The Nash New Release playlist and Indy Review. WMOT Roots Radio and DittyTV’s ‘The Curve’ revealed the previous music video for “Outsmart Love,” and the song was featured by Guitar Girl, Music Mecca, The Alternate Root’s Top 10 Songs of the Week and more.
“Beyond The Rain” was written by Brontë Fall and follows previously released songs “Outsmart Love” and “Indiana.” All three tracks will be included on the multi-instrumentalist/songwriters forthcoming third studio project Winter, due out on March 4th. Winter was inspired by ‘Fall, Leaves, Fall’ a literary poem by Emily Brontë, from which the artist takes her name, about finding beauty in the darker seasons. Brontë Fall wrote/co-wrote and co-arranged all six tracks.
Brontë Fall recently announced a string of tour dates to support the new music. Bringing her years of experience studying orchestral music, playing stringed instruments and countless classical sonatas and concertos on the violin, Brontë Fall will perform solo, trio and full band shows along the tour. Upcoming stops include Chicago, IL (2/26), Grand Rapids, MI (3/5) and Nashville, TN (3/17). For a full list of tour dates and more information, visit www.brontefall.com.