Brandon McHose encompasses the word “multi-tasker”
Teaming up with fellow musicians Chris Maresh, Wayne Salzmann and David Boyle, Brandon recalls the recording session as relaxing, comfortable and a great place to produce something he is proud of. Taking in the large ceilings, the vintage gear, and the musical energy of previous artists who have recorded there including Gavin Degraw and Justin Timberlake, Brandon was able to create “Goodbye” in just two days. He recalls the two days of recording by referencing the positive vibes of his band mates as well as the feel of an old historic church as the combination that created a touch so magical and special that is embedded into the recording.
A combination of blissful pop and rock guitar riffs and the emotional lyrics behind “Goodbye to You” make the track a memorizing ballad. Drawing the lyrics and emotion behind the song from a personal experience Brandon channels the energy into soaring vocals and hypnotizing harmonies. Shooting the newest video in the Church House Studios shows the more softer side of McHose, with the simple white walls and high vaulted ceilings the video showcases the music and the artist. Countering the deeper emotions of the song, the video has a refreshing feeling with light, space and positive energy. Stripping away the show aspects that often inundate the music industry, McHose shows his fanbase how his music is truly created.
2012 has been a monumental year for Brandon McHose. With the release of Brandon’s EP, “Late Night”, resulted in success from radio, extensive touring opportunities nationwide and industry professionals raving about his latest recordings.
MuzikReviews.com called Brandon “an artist to watch” while the Examiner said the “world is ready for a new sensitive singer/songwriter”
For more information about Brandon McHose please visit Brandon’s official website (http://www.BrandonMchose.com)
Watch the video for “Goodbye” on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/
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Hollywood, CA 90093