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Holly Bruce Captivates Listeners in New Track "What I Know"

Holly Bruce's latest single, "What I Know," is more than just a song; it's a soul-baring revelation wrapped in a melodic embrace. As the second offering from her eagerly awaited album "Love Remains," Bruce takes listeners on an introspective journey through the labyrinth of longing and self-discovery.

In "What I Know," Bruce lays bare the universal experience of idealizing others while simultaneously unraveling the threads of her own quest for truth and empowerment. Inspired by her personal odyssey through the maze of an unattainable crush, Bruce's lyrics resonate with raw honesty, serving as a poignant reminder that the path to fulfillment begins within.

The sonic landscape of "What I Know" mirrors the depth of Bruce's introspection. Crafted in the hallowed halls of PlethoraTone studio, the track emerges as a captivating fusion of Indie Pop, Americana, and Folk, enriched with subtle nods to dance and world music. With a lineup of seasoned musicians including Lex Price, Brian Allen, Kevin Daily, Jake Campbell, and Jason Erie, and polished by the deft hands of Nashville producer Chris Brush, the song's production is nothing short of exquisite.

But beyond the music lies Bruce's profound connection to her craft. From her early days crafting melodies by ear to her studies at the San Francisco Conservatory, her journey has been one of passion and perseverance. Through her evocative vocals and emotive storytelling, Bruce invites listeners to share in her healing process, weaving a tapestry of love, grief, recovery, and empowerment.

As anticipation mounts for the release of "Love Remains," Bruce stands poised on the precipice of greatness. With "What I Know," she not only solidifies her status as one of Nashville's most promising talents but also beckons listeners to embark on their own transformative journey of self-discovery and healing. In the world of music, some artists entertain, others inspire, but Holly Bruce does both with effortless grace.

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