Exclusive: Watch the video for Brett Gleason's Imposter
The Brooklyn-based gay artist is turning some heads with his new track...
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From Brooklyn, NY all the way to our hearts, Brett Gleason is an emerging new artist who is set to release his upcoming self-titled debut album out 6 May.
It’s hard to believe Gleason was once battling a severe speech impairment, but now he’s the one leaving us lost for words at the site of those rugged good looks.
The Brooklyn-based is an out-gay artist, who’s hard-hitting songs are just as silky as those locks.
We've managed to get our hands on an exclusive viewing of his new single Imposter, and let’s face it – we wouldn’t mind having him imposter-ing (if that's a word) over here at the GT Towers.
Gleason knows what it’s like to live an intense life and his music reflects just that. The self-producing heartthrob is definitely one to watch, offering a layer of sound from aggressive rock and relatable vulnerability that you can really sink your teeth into.
With musical influences such as Tori Amos and Trent Reznor, Gleason’s songs really reflect the struggles faced in his everyday, And we're betting is getting plenty of offers for shoulders to cry on. Have a watch for yourself below.
For more information on Brett, and any upcoming live shows, click here.
Words Alex Mansfield