Brandyn Burnette Drops New Collab With Win & Woo Holly Howson-WattTuesday, May 3, 2016IndieReviews0 Comments Brandyn Burnette is shaping up to have quite a year. The 25-year-old singer songwriter is embarking on a buzz-generating side project with his girlfriend, Molly Moore, recently dropped a viral cover of Iggy Azalea’s “Team,” and is about to release his second EP as a solo artist. His latest single, “Underneath,” was produced by Chicago duo Win and Woo, (Nick Winholt & Austin Woo). “Win & Woo were in town playing an LA show & we linked up to jam on some music. I played them a song from my upcoming EP “State I’m In” & they asked me to take home the stems so they could work on a version from Chicago. I had previously collaborated with them on a remix for Made of Dreams from my last EP & have been excited to collab on an original since. This won’t be the last time you hear from us as well.” Brunette laments, “I was inspired by the feeling of being swallowed underneath the weight of somebody else.” It certainly comes across in the song. Brunette’s vocals are strong and melodic, which, if you’ve ever heard any of his other music, is to be expected. Combined with synth that somehow manages to be melancholy and uplifting at the same time, “Underneath” is a powerful breakup song. If “Underneath” is intended to be any indication of the new EP, we know that we aren’t alone in saying that it’s expected to be worth the wait. “I’m really looking forward to people hearing more of my defined sound & signature style on this record. It’s the first time I produced the majority of it myself, so I’m anxious to see how it hits people when it’s out. Probably my most favorite track is the title track “State I’m In“.” Listen to Brandyn Burnette’s “Underneath” below and stay tuned for the upcoming EP!