This may seem like the tour that has gotten pushed back a million times, but in the lull of the pandemic Nell Bryden has been anything but quiet.
She has written and recorded a whole new album in Manhattan and LA, digging deeper than ever to document the breakdown of her marriage. Themes of heartbreak, self-empowerment and resilience resonate throughout the album, already being called her strongest yet.
With four more songs added to the BBC Radio 2 playlist since her release of singles called “The Collection,” Nell is spoilt for choice on what to play. Expect one fabulous song after another from this New Yorker.
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