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Ain’t No Flame – single and music video released

Ain’t No Flame is the first single off my 4th studio album. It’s a song that was inspired by the deadly fires in Nelson Tasman in 2019. It was recorded and mixed at Hummingbird Recording Studio Nelson and mastered by legendary recording engineer Mike McCarthy at Manuka Studios in Auckland, New Zealand.

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“The song was written and played solo using my loop station. Each section is performed live, building layers as I play it, as the song builds you can feel the intensity.

When the devestating fires happened in Nelson Tasman it was a very scary time. Many of our homes (including mine) were close to the flames and the fire service did an amazing job keeping it under control.”

I wanted to explore the idea that has become the basis of all fire fighting. That is remove the fuel and the fire will burn out. It’s a concept that we can all relate to in other aspects of human relationships.” says Bryce.

“I have always worked alongside recording engineers on previous tracks, and this time I wanted to make this in my own Recording Studio. I exported over 100 mixes of this until I felt it had reached it’s destination and Mike McCarthy mastered it in his studio in Auckland, NZ. He is a very experienced Mastering engineer who worked with me on my Hope Mountain Album in 2014.

The music video helps the listeners get an insight from the images and flames. The footage filmed in my studio by the talented Jess Shirley and fire footage features dramatic live footage from the California fires.”

I hope this song helps listeners get a feeling of respect for fire and also the changes we are seeing in our natural seasons and environment.”

The song is on all the best online stores including Spotify. Songbroker has released this on their Publishing label. There’s a series of 5 new singles in the pipeline soon to be released so watch this space.

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