‘Waiting on the Moment’ carries with it Bree’s shimmering and dark world view. Leaning in on a imagist poetry, and sharing a narrative of the broken hearted
Sleepwalking from Jonathan Bree, was one of our favorite albums of 2018. It was an album that reenforced the artist’s unique approach to delivering content and form. It’s an album that has remained in heavy rotation since release. If it passed you by, don’t worry – it’s a classic, enduring sequence of tracks. Go check it…
Fans of Princess Chelsea expect better. The Loneliest Girl delivers beyond expectations. Subtle, subversive, poetic, and just the right amount of imbalance.
There’s all this talk about Princess Chelsea being ‘subversive pop’. Frankly, that’s missing the point. Categorization is fruitless.
Jonathan Bree’s third solo album, Sleepwalking, released via the artist / producer’s own label, Lil’ Chief Records, is out this week. Previously we’ve talked about “Say You Love Me Too”, and “Valentine” – but now we can really get into it.
I hope you’re miserable too because you deserve someone just as miserable as me, or so goes “Valentine” by Jonathan Bree. For everyone’s favorite Hallmark holliday, the composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer serves up beef heart tartare.
Let’s get to the point – Jonathan Bree’s new video for “Say You Love Me Too” (feat. Clara Viñals) is pitch perfect.