There’s this saying that goes “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. It’s been said a countless moments, and it’s as old as time. With all these in mind, let’s pause a bit and answer this question. What’s your definition of beauty? It’s a loaded one and at the same time, it gives a glimpse of who you are as a person.

Are you one who looks on the outside? Or you’re one who notices the inside first? No matter which aspect you build your meaning on, beauty is something we all share. It’s a part of our lives regardless of if you acknowledge it or not. To an extent it’s what makes the world go round aside from money and power. Brands capitalize on it, influencers, celebrities, artists (looks or works) and so on, strive to have a semblance of beauty. Sure, they’ve got their (other) motives of doing that but the main would be to attract people. Beauty is what draws countless moths to a spot. Can you blame them?

While it can reel us in, beauty also gives us that extra jolt to wake up to a brand-new day. It could be because we’ve got a crush who we’ve been dying to see every single day. Experiencing the love of your family day in and day out as soon as you wake. Better yet, seeing your child grow in wisdom, intellect, and grace. These are just some examples; beauty is eternal and ever present.

Just like Brynn Elliott’s newly released single entitled “Beautiful things”. We get to see yet another way as to how beauty can be manifested. Through the magic of music and the musicians behind it.

Available in all steaming platforms and written by Elliot, Natania Lalwani, Miranda Glory, and Emi Dragoi. This radiant gem explores the idea of being fragile and falling in love. From this mix, can sprout days of uncertainty and a barrage of beautiful things like that flower who chooses to grow in concrete. It’s certainly a reminder that the joys in life come unexpectedly. Followed by the question, what will you do about it?

Looking at the song itself, this has the makings of a hit. It tackles something familiar and yet it provides a different spin. By injecting this serum called reality, we are given a more tangible feeling of being broken yet in love. Not just this standard fairy tale portrait of love we are all accustomed to painted by media. It reveals that while love exists, there is pain in it as well most especially when you’re incomplete to begin with. Happiness can be found, but on the flip side fears of your love slipping away linger. But amidst of it all, if you do choose to hold on to love it has the capacity to show beautiful things. No words could possibly explain.

When looking at the video itself, it has that mesmerizing simplicity to it. No heavy special effects here, instead a play of light and dark, of colors and emotions from Brynn. The visuals are perfectly timed to the words and the beat. It flows rather than staggers, just like a silent stream in a warm afternoon. Serene. Allowing you to ponder on your own love story.

Need more of the lovely Brynn Elliott? We at Glassefactory sure do! If you share the sentiment, head on over to her official website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube accounts for some out of this world content.

Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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