Brodie Dawson Releases New Single "Paycheck"

Soulful Folk singer and songwriter Brodie Dawson explores her relationship to money in new lighthearted country single "Paycheck".



Dawson’s latest track, the third off her next album Wholehearted slated for Spring 2022 is a fun, upbeat country song about her experiences as an artist living paycheck to paycheck. Audiences see a different side to Dawson here, exploring a more humorous side lyrically as she pokes fun at herself and her spending habits in this light-hearted song. The track even features Dawson’s mother, Betty Dawson, at the end of the track.

 
 

“One summer a few years back, I took a contract job as a festival Coordinator and was paid a nice little chunk of change. I did what any normally ‘poor’ bloke would do: immediately went out on a shopping spree and promptly spent it all!” says Dawson. "After the initial buzz wore off, I started counting the days until my next payday, and I could hear my Mom’s voice telling me I needed to start saving for my future. This song just came to me and I started scribbling it all down across the pages of that calendar.”


“Paycheck” was written and performed by Brodie Dawson, produced by Patrick Davis, engineered by Lee Unfried and Rory Rositas, mixed by Lee Unfried with additional editing by Joanna Finley and Trent Woodman, mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering in Nashville, and was recorded at OmniSound Studios with supplementary vocals recorded by Nathan Senner at Kinnikinik Studios in Comox BC. The track features Tim Lauer as the bandleader on keys, Bryan Sutton on acoustic guitar, Fred Eltringham on drums, Tony Ludico on bass, Justin Schipper on steel guitar, Kris Donegan on electric guitar, and Kristen Rogers, Betty Dawson, and Brodie Dawson on background vocals.

 
 

Dawson’s long-awaited 3rd album Wholehearted is finally destined to be released this Spring and is being showered with raving reviews of its first two singles 'Skip a Beat' and ‘I’m Movin On’.

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