Video: Breeze Redwine “Never Let You Go”

Breeze Redwine has been steadily building a fan base since her success at the 2016 World Championships of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, where she achieved four gold and two silver medals and was recognised as the act most likely to break into the music industry.  Still just eighteen years old, she’s already an experienced performer and, with huge numbers of streams and YouTube views for her last single ‘Money’, the Norfolk singer-songwriter looks set to be the next big British country artist.

‘Never Let You Go’ is built upon a driving rhythm and powerful bass line, the platform on which Redwine can showcase her strong, melodic vocal. It’s a song about being unable to end a relationship and let a lover go, even when you know it’s the right thing. Redwine explains: “It’s a song that everyone can relate to. You know when you have come to a make-or-break part of a relationship, and you just don’t know what to do.  It’s when you listen to your heart when your head is telling you no.  There is so much more pressure on relationships in the challenging times we live in. It’s a bit of an anthem to life as it is now. It’s time to explore what makes us happy and go with it.  I love song-writing and performing – and a story-telling song is just so powerful!”

The video looks authentically American but was actually filmed in the Suffolk countryside and London’s Moonshine Saloon.  With her country-rock voice and confident performance, multi-instrumentalist Breeze Redwine seems primed for success.  Enjoy.

About Andrew Frolish 1453 Articles
From up north but now hiding in rural Suffolk. An insomniac music-lover. Love discovering new music to get lost in - country, singer-songwriters, Americana, rock...whatever. Currently enjoying Nils Lofgren, Ferris & Sylvester, Tommy Prine, Jarrod Dickenson, William Prince, Frank Turner, Our Man in the Field...
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Peter Sparenborg

Thank you for this nice Article about Breeze, i am a Fan from Germany , following Breeze for a couple of Years now, finally she get´s noticed and she really deserves it.Good Job, Thanks You

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Lee Clarke

It’s good to see Breeze doing so well now.