Premiere: Bri Clark shines with a stunning live version of her latest single, Giving Up

Premiere: Bri Clark shines with a stunning live version of her latest single, Giving Up

Sometimes all you need is a piano and a (very stunning) voice.

If you haven't heard WA-based singer/songwriter Bri Clark's latest single Giving Up, you're about to find out just why it's been smashing the triple j Unearthed charts, highlighted as the Australian Independent Records Association's feature track and shortlisted for the 2018 Vanda And Young songwriting competition. With an incredible vocal prowess, Clark has been making waves for a couple of years now, earning a WAM nomination for her single Shiver, and impressing all with her debut single Never Far Enough back in 2015. Her commanding vocal talent, combined with heartfelt and emotional storytelling unearths a talent that can no longer be ignored.

And this is all no better showcased than on the beautiful video we're premiering today, featuring Clark rolling through a live take of Giving Up with just a piano and that voice. So sit back and be swept up below, and catch Bri live at one of a few upcoming shows, listed down the bottom.

UPCOMING SHOWS:

Sat 3 Nov - WAMFest @ Perth Cultural Centre, Perth

Wed 21 Nov - Amistat @ Leadbelly, Newtown

Tue 27 Nov - Some Velvet Morning, Clifton Hill (Single Launch with Ariela Jacobs)

Thu 29 Nov - Mojos Bar, Fremantle (Holy Holy Support)

Fri 30 Nov - The Rosemount Hotel, Perth (Holy Holy Support)

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