Local Brynn Marie has made significant career strides in the past year in her quest to become the next big artist to breakout of Music City, the latest of which is the just-announced debut of her new "I'm Sorry" music clip via Billboard.com.
The heart-tugging ballad highlights Brynn Marie’s vocal prowess and the video portrays the emotional roller coaster of a relationship gone wrong. And a portion of the video was shot at Brynn Marie’s home using things she found in a scrapyard.
“The director had a great vision for the video by creating a memory of visuals through black 'n' white imagery, which resembled the great moments of this relationship in the video,” Brynn Marie shared in a July 24 correspondence with Examiner.com.
"Then," she continued, "I had an idea of building a broken home in the middle of the woods to let it resemble the emotions of someone going through the struggles of heartbreak. Throughout the video, my performance takes place simply sitting on a stool looking at the camera, as if it’s a confessional."
In creating the newly released clip, the songstress took a" hands-on approach" when she scoured a scrapyard a few miles from her house for props.
“A lot of the props in those scenes were found in a scrapyard a few miles from my home,” she noted. “It’s amazing what you can find.”
“I’m Sorry” is contained on Brynn Marie's recently released her EP titled “Things Change.” The EP, which blends country, rock and pop influences, and also features “Bandaid On A Bullet Hole,” Brynn Marie’s debut single and music video.
Video bonus: To spy Brynn Marie performing an acoustic version of "I'm Sorry," simply access the clip embedded with this post.