Rising Irish indie artist Brí has just debuted the enthralling new video for her acclaimed single If I Wasn’t Scared. Directed and filmed by Gerald Walsh around the streets of Dublin and in Dublin venue Whelan’s. The songstress and director have produced a stunning visual interpretation of the harmful effects of bro culture.
Speaking about the video Brí said: ‘If I Wasn’t Scared’ assumes a man’s perspective of a relationship as he struggles to balance his feelings with a ‘tough guy’ image, particularly among ‘the boys’. It is a toxic masculinity tale that strips back cold layers of indifference and questions the fear that it uncovers. Gerard Walsh filmed and directed the music video in Whelan’s and a couple of different streets around Dublin. The main actors Kaitlin Cullen Verhauz (who is also the cellist on this track) and Patrick Loftus blew me away with their talent. There was a great atmosphere on the day; it felt as though everyone was giving it their all, which made it a beautiful thing to be a part of.”
Hailing from Offaly, Brí has previously released 4 singles, debut track, ‘Low Supply’, ‘Polite’, ‘Burying’ and ‘More Than’. From the success gained from these releases she sold out her own Whelan headline show, received high praise from a multitude of blogs and radio and was selected to perform at Beatvyne’s Music X Tech Experience. While 2020 saw performances from Brí at the esteemed Whelan’s Ones to Watch, The Ruby Sessions, headliners in The Sound House, Spirit Store and festival line-up announcements such as Vantastival, 2021 sees Brí building momentum for her anticipated debut album ‘Hide’, which is due for release in October.