The first release from Big Yellow Dog Music- an independent music publishing and artist development company-in partnership with Atlantic Records has come. It is the new track from rising singer/songwriter and Harvard graduate Brynn Elliott, “Time Of Our Lives.”
Elliott graduated from Harvard University last Thursday, where she has spent the past four years studying philosophy while also furthering her interest and talent in singing and songwriting.-
Elliott’s debut EP, scheduled to release later this year, will also include her breakthrough single, “Might Not Like Me,” which already has more than one million streams and counting.
Along with her co-writer, Nathan Chapman, a Grammy Award-winning producer, the “Time of Our Lives” EP features five songs, all influenced by Elliott’s philosophical studies at Harvard.
“We couldn’t be happier to join with such a legendary label, and most importantly, to be able to work with Atlantic’s powerful team of highly innovative music lovers. I couldn’t imagine starting this deal any other way than coming out of the gate with such an inspiring artist as Brynn Elliott,” said Co-owner/CEO of Big Yellow Dog Music, Carla Wallace.
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