Written by admin on March 16, 2018
Charlotte, N.C.-based Brit Drozda is influenced by Brandi Carlile, Sia, Patty Griffin, and Norah Jones. Her newest track “You Can’t Take It With You When You Go” from her EP of the same name is out now.
Stream “You Can’t Take It With You When You Go” here: https://soundcloud.com/brit-drozda/you-cant-take-it-with-you-when-you-go
“Every day is a gift, make the most of it. If my songs are a legacy I leave behind, I want to positively influence my friends and family and my listeners. This song reminds me to “give your all until that last breath, every step is a lesson, don’t regret not taking it”. I was trying to get to the root of what matters most to me, and what I hope my kids care about most when they are grown. I want them to value the journey, the mistakes that make life all the better when you’ve mastered a challenge or survived a tough time. I want them to respect relationships with whoever might enter their lives and to value other human beings,” Brit says about the song.
Brit’s voice shines with a depth and intensity that demonstrates the growth of an inspired songwriter and seasoned performer. After a brief hiatus from performing, all over the US both solo and as the lead singer in Pop Rock band “The Prices”. Brit returned to the music scene in 2016 with her album Let Me Hang the Moon- a passion project that sparked the flame to Brit’s professional pursuit as an indie artist.
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