Becoming Young - Reverie


January 12, 2021

 

The intro of "Reverie" is very short. And the very catchy melody of the verse announces something huge. And while the sentences, delicately written and full of poetry, are linked, then you're now sure that there's no mistake. This song is a pop-folk anthem! Definitely! The chorus will immediately enter your head ... not to leave it for hours. A huge hook that sticks to your mind. And in general, when you get that feeling on a song, then it's all won for the artist. His song can go viral very quickly. Come on, girls, we're not going to hide it, our artist is also a handsome young man whose heart we would never dare to break. As beautiful as he is sympathetic, Brandon seduces with his human and honest communication on social media. And of course, with his incredible mastery of writing and interpretation. A complete artist, we are sure you will like him. And if you do, please share his amazing work to your friends, family, and why not your boss.

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Becoming Young's point of view :

“Reverie” is one episode in a program of singles that will span a “Is this love? This is love. Oh sh*t, it’s love!” type narrative. In an intriguing first, Becoming Young will detail each moment of the winding saga with cover liner notes that share the stories behind the fumbles and steps toward, away, and back to love. The entire series of singles will dish the glorious details, and you can obsessively listen and experience these entrancing songs just like you’d binge watch a favorite Netflix series. The narrative is a messy millennial romance; maybe a rom-com with less “com,” but still flowing with the warmth and feel-good vibes that make you believe in love again. Story goes, Becoming Young’s Brandon Calano was in that post-breakup sweet spot of reeling from a complicated breakup, but also feeling his singleness. One night, he threw a party for a close confidant, and she brought an enigmatic friend of hers. This girl was emotionally unavailable, and Brandon wasn’t sure where he was at romantically. Yet, in the backseat of that car something magical happened. “Reverie” snapshots those transformative moments poetically with lines such as: When she looks at me, the world just slips away. And I know we could be something, if I wasn’t hiding and she wasn’t running away.

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Biography :

Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Brandon Calano, writes and performs under the alias Becoming Young. A name he says represents the journey to let go of everything we are not, so we can become who we were meant to be all along. The Colorado native moved to Nashville in the summer of 2019 to pursue music and has since been hailed by Forbes as an artist “brimming with intrigue, angst, and heartbreak,” who is “making waves” in the industry. Becoming Young deftly fuses, pop, folk, and narrative singer-songwriter genres with authenticity and swagger. His sound spans fizzy Ed Sheeran pop to the dark grandeur of Dermot Kennedy. The music is refreshingly restless, and its narratives capture wonderfully blurred snapshots of self-realization and love. The urban flavored, electro-pop artist recently released his debut pop album, Feeling Single. The songs have received significant algorithmic support from Spotify, catapulting Becoming Young well past two million streams. While touring through Seattle in 2019, Calano met with producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Vance Joy), and the pair quickly began working on several cuts from Becoming Young's winter 2020/21 record, The Songs I Wrote You. This haunting collection has already captivated sold-out, live audiences across the country, and Becoming Young fans are eagerly awaiting the record, which Brandon describes as his most honest offering yet.

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