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Bria Shares New Video For “Fruits Of My Labour” – Debut EP ‘Cuntry Covers Vol. 1’ Out Now via Sub Pop

December 11, 2021
Photo credit: Annie Forest


Share new video “Fruits Of My Labour”
Debut EP ‘Cuntry Covers Vol. 1’ out now Digitally & Physically via Sub Pop

Earlier this year, Toronto-based band Bria released their debut EP Cuntry Covers Vol.1 via Sub Pop out now having been released December 10th which marks the physical release of the record. This six-song EP of country classics features the standout covers “Green Rocky Road” (Karen Dalton), “Dreaming My Dreams With You” (Waylon Jennings) and “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore” (The Walker Brothers.) To celebrate the physical release, the band has shared a new video for the famed Lucinda Williams song “Fruits of My Labour.

Bria puts such a refreshing take and commitment to the new re-works. With “Fruits Of My Labour”, Bria allows the emotional cadence roaming with such severity within the vocal range to fully showcase the importance of this artist. A powerful ensemble with affection oozing throughout the tones and notes that resonate throughout the atmosphere. Bria carves this unique path in the re-imagining of the track once again allowing the beauty of the vocal notes to dazzle. The immersive ensemble will leave you in awe. Bria allows their fearless attitude to emit from every crucial tone throughout. The journey takes the audience throughout this challenging low, facing such melancholic rhythms to this cathartic finale.

Bria just returned from a two-week US tour, performing with band Wolf Alice, and playing iconic venues such as The Vic in Chicago, Paradise Club in Boston, Bowery Ballroom in NYC, and Terminal West in Atlanta. They will be headlining the Paradise Theater on December 17th in Toronto. Click here for the most up-to-date shows. 

Cuntry Covers Vol. 1 track list:
1. Green Rocky Road (Karen Dalton)
2. Dreaming My Dreams With You (Waylon Jennings)
3. Buffalo Ballet (John Cale)
4. Fruits of My Labour (Lucinda Williams)
5. The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (The Walker Brothers)
6. I Don’t Wanna Love Ya Now (Mistress Mary)

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