Pop Act, My Silent Bravery “Say Something” Serious with Their Latest Video Premiered on V13.Net
Boston-based Alt rock project My Silent Bravery announces his poppy, radio-friendly lyric video "Say Something," from his new album Bigger, out now! The album is includes the sizzling summer release, "Spark Up the Fire", which charted in the top 20 of the Germany Alternative Charts. Receiving praise from Wonderland, Tweety High, PopWrapped, V13.net, Music Addict, and more, central songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist Matthew Wade discussed his “Spark Up the Fire” via an in-depth interview with American Songwriter. The video was directed by Zack Richard of Sleepwalk Films and track was produced by Russell Ali & Sanjoy Deb (Jxdn, Mark Tuan, Elliot Yamin) and was co-written with Trevor Holmes (American Idol, The Bachelor) and recorded at West Coast Customs Studios in Burbank, CA, made famous by the tv show Pimp My Ride. Musically, it is an up-tempo acoustic guitar driven song with rhythmic programming and electronic dance elements.
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Matthew Wade had the following to say about the song: “‘Say Something’ was the first song written on the Bigger album and I always knew I wanted to open the album with this song. I love the complexity of this song. At the surface the message is simple. Speak up and ‘Say Something’ regardless of whether you are right or wrong. However it is actually much more complicated and there is a Bigger message. To me it’s actually suggesting to listen carefully and speak wisely and find some common and middle ground. ‘I know we all have our problems, it’s going to take more than words just to solve them, I am trying to find a common ground with ya, from the jump I been down with ya.’ At the heart of this song, it’s a call for unity. And in order to unite, it all starts with the golden rule which is treat people how you want to be treated.”
In addition, MSB's music has been featured in many tv shows and films including CBS' Criminal Minds, Marivista film Another Tango, CW's One Tree Hill, CBS’ People's Choice Awards, NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, MTV's Real World and True Life, The Oxygen Network's Bad Girls Club, the History Channel's American Pickers and many others. As for touring, MSB recently supported Bryan Adams, Billy Idol, Daughtry, and Andy Grammer in the US and Alex Band of the Calling, Puddle Of Mudd and Saving Abel overseas in Europe. MSB has also partnered with American Airlines, Ford, Angry Orchard, Health Ade Kombucha, Kind, Pacer, etc., and is sponsored by Gibson Guitars.