Check out the latest single from London singer-songwriter Brooke Law, a dynamic performer with an ear for catchy melodies and hooks. Thudding bass is the foundation for ‘Help Me’, a well-crafted song featuring changes in pace and bursts of volume. Throughout, the song is driven by Brooke Law’s excellent vocal delivery, which is tuneful with an edge of grit and character. The choruses really soar, bursting with bright country-rock guitar.
Supported by Gibson guitars, who have made her an Epiphone Ambassador, Brooke Law is known for bringing lots of energy to her live performances and the video for ‘Help Me’ gives a flavour of Law’s shows. This year has seen her continue to build her fanbase with appearances at a range of festivals, including Black Deer, C2C, The Long Road and Buckle and Boots. She’s also just been part of the songwriting panel for Under The Apple Tree Sessions at Bush Hall. Recently, Law was invited to The Buddy Holly Songwriters Retreat in Texas, curated by GRAMMY-winner Beth Nielsen Chapman. This gathering of artists was an opportunity to share their thoughts, experiences and creativity and a great environment for Law to continue her development as a songwriter. ‘Help Me’, co-written with Jeff Cohen, is the latest in a series of recent singles showcasing Law’s ability to produce memorable, radio-friendly and rocking tunes. Once again, Brooke Law’s powerful voice, with a hint of Chrissie Hynde, is the highlight of this song. Enjoy.