Breeze Redwine releases debut single after signing contract with Stonham Barns Park
A teenage singer-songwriter has released her debut single after signing an unlikely music management deal with a Suffolk shopping village.
18-year-old Breeze Redwine released her debut single, "Money", last Friday – which is an ode to her love of music and performing.
The single, which is available on most major streaming services, is the teenager's first release since signing a contract with Stonham Barns Park – who had decided to make the unlikely venture into music management after booking Redwine for a performance back in 2018.
The single is a re-recording of the country song Redwine first penned in 2019, and Stonham Barnes have said they expect it to resonate with followers of the big-named artists such as Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes.
Breeze said: "The song is about how I felt at the time; I just want to sing – it’s not about the fame and fortune, it’s not about the money, it’s what’s in your heart and soul."
Ahead of the her debut release, the multi-instrumentalist – who plays guitar, ukulele and piano – has already received a lot of plaudits. She has been featured as a BBC introducing artist and had her music featured on three separate occasions as BBC Track of the Week.
Alan Forward, owner of Stonham Barns Park, said: "Breeze is fabulously talented but quietly unassuming.
"She's a powerful singer songwriter, happy and content to grow as her musical output develops, and it’s growing fast."
"Money" is available to download on streaming platforms such as Spotify and YouTube on April 9.