CLAIRY BROWNE TO RELEASE DEBUT SOLO ALBUM: POOL
"DEFIES THE CONFINES OF A MUSICAL CATEGORY." – NPR
"A REFRESHING DOSE OF REAL, RAW TALENT, PLUS SHOWMANSHIP SKILLS TO BOOT." - WOMEN'S WEAR DAILY
Australian singer and songwriter, Clairy Browne has always been one to forge her own path. Browne’s new solo album, POOL out on April 15th via Vanguard Records, is a splash into a new era for the young artist. It's about letting go, detaching, empowering and exploring her love for R&B music and pop music of all styles and eras.
Browne’s previous project was as the front woman of the high-drama girl-group extravaganza Clairy Browne and The Bangin’ Rackettes. Their highly acclaimed debut album Baby Caught the Bus included the hit single “Love Letter” which was prominently featured in a Heineken commercial and two JC Penney spots that ran during the Oscars broadcast which helped spread and cement Browne’s international reputation.
For POOL, Browne collaborated with some of the top producers and songwriters in Los Angeles. Her partner in crime is executive producer and songwriter Amanda Warner, aka MNDR (Mark Ronson, DJ Mustard, Rita Ora, Spank Rock and Charlie XCX). Writing and recording with a new and diverse group of people, to include Jesse Shatkin (Sia, Kelly Clarkson), Jimmy Harry (Pink, Madonna), Rob Kleiner (Cee Lo, David Guetta), and Peter Wade (Kid Ink, Jennifer Lopez,) Browne channeled a lineage of fierce women, inspired by the likes of Grace Jones, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Beyoncé, and Tina Turner.