SayWeCanFly

 

Every once in a while an artist comes along who makes music so heartfelt and relatable that he or she become an instant sensation in the underground community—and that can certainly be said of 20-year-old Canadian singer/songwriter Braden Barrie who has been playing under the name SayWeCanFly since 2009. Fresh off a successful stint on the Vans Warped Tour's Acoustic Basement stage, Barrie is finally ready to unleash his Epitaph debut the Darling EP on the world. "The Warped Tour was something I dreamed of doing since I started SayWeCanFly and it was definitely surreal living out a moment I'd experienced so many times in my thoughts," he explains. "It felt like home but it also felt like the craziest place I've ever been and I couldn't believe I was able to play for a completely packed tent every day of the tour."

Things are inevitably about to get much crazier for the Lindsay, Ontario-based Barrie once his dedicated fan base of nearly 1.2 million social media followers—as well as the uninitiated—hear his third full-length, which was recorded at a cozy studio called The Green Room in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "The whole recording process was just a long hangout with some microphones," Barrie explains. "The most important thing about bringing my songs into reality is good vibes. I need to be in a space where I can completely let go and get lost in my emotions with no negative vibes or stress around because the studio is the doorway between my heart and our world." That doorway stood wide open for Barrie who unbelievably wrote all of these songs in 24 hours. "It was just one of those days where I was able to pour my feelings onto paper without trying," he says. "I've always found that my best songs happen without knowing they're coming."

While SayWeCanFly has previously released four EPs, the Darling EP features his strongest material to date and also sees him expanding on the stripped-down instrumentation he's utilized in the past. "I think just because of how these specific songs were written they needed some heavier instruments to really amplify the feelings I put into them," he explains. "Acoustic music will forever be my passion and it will always come down to just me and my acoustic guitar, but I like expressing certain songs in different ways in the studio." This articulate aggression is illustrated in bittersweet songs like "High School" which illustrates how angry the world can make Barrie at times. "I definitely call out the system in that one," he explains. "The whole theme of this EP seems to be the journey through our darkness trying to find that little spark that makes us feel like we're okay."

That journey always contains an element of hope—and even when Barrie is singing about heartbreak during "High School" he eventually concedes that there's "sunshine in the rain." "I always try to look at the other side of the coin when it comes to love because pain usually stems from the absence of something beautiful," Barrie says. "For example the reason I say, 'I don't believe in love' in that song is because I do, but it's caused me so much pain that I don't want to believe it in anymore," he admits. "I just wanted to be completely honest about my feelings on this EP, even if I don't always understand them myself." That vulnerability has endeared him to fans who Barrie describes as "quiet kids" just like himself. "It's so important to write from the heart and do it like you're the only one listening," he adds.

That said, Barrie isn't afraid of tackling serious subject matter in his music as evidenced not only his lyrics on this EP but also the videos about depression and self-harm that he regularly makes for his YouTube page, which garner tens of thousands of views. "The reason it's so important for me to write about our pain is because humans have forgotten that we're all the same," he says of the videos which undoubtedly help people dealing with serious issues. "It's not about the cutting or the suicide or the depression, it's about the reasons those issues exist," he continues. "I just want to remind everyone that it's important we stare darkness in the eyes and continue to beware of its presence because that in itself makes us stronger."

SayWeCanFly's energetic live shows also embody this idea and prove that Barrie's catharsis is contagious. "When I get onstage I'm shelling my story, just me and my guitar," he says. "The reason I love playing shows is because everyone in the room is focused on the same thing and for a while who we are and how we're different stops mattering," he summarizes. "More than anything, I always like to leave everyone with thoughts that we don't like to think. I'm really excited to start playing these new songs live because I think they're some of my most relatable and honest pieces yet." Luckily for fans, Barrie plans on hitting the road as much as possible over the next year and has already began work on his next full-length album. In the meantime, hopefully these songs will help you heal.

THE CONVERSATIONS TOUR TACKLES THE TOPIC OF MENTAL HEALTH DURING THIS WEEK'S NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION WEEK AND WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurTORONTO - Suicide claimed the lives of more than 40,000 Americans and 80,000 people around the globe last year, according to a CDC report. Now in the midst of National Suicide Prevention Week (September 6-12), SayWeCanFly and the other artists featured on The Conversations Tour are putting a special focus on the topic this Thursday, September 10, for World Suicide Prevention Day.

Designed as a concert that also acts as an open forum for fans to express themselves, The Conversations Tour, which also includes Wind In Sails, Sounds Like Harmony, Casey Bolles and host TheLedaBunny, aims to bring fans together to express their feelings through words and art. Hope For The Day, which is sponsoring the tour along with The Entertainment Institute, is also on hand to provide outreach for anyone in need of support.

Image: Say We Can Fly, Michael Mazur, Mazur PRThis tour represents the first seamless integration of music, suicide prevention and outreach that will present an open conversation about life and directly invest back into the community. Each stop of the tour becomes a safe space experience where all attendees know "it's ok to not be ok" and self-expression is encouraged and embraced.

SayWeCanFly's Braden Barrie has built a strong rapport with his fans through social media and has continued to connect with fans as he tours the US, his native Canada and the UK. SayWeCanFly's debut full-length,Between The Roses, was released earlier this year and re-released this summer in a Deluxe Edition via Barrie's own PureWolf label. The record debuted at # 14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and #5 on iTunes singer/songwriter chart. Additionally, SayWeCanFly became a featured artist on MTVHits' "Fresh Faces" and won MTVU's "The Freshmen" competition with the first single, "Song of the Sparrow."

Tickets for all dates are available at http://www.thinktei.com/saywecanfly.

 

The Conversations Tour dates are as follow:

 

September 10, 2015, Thu. Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

September 11, 2015 Fri. Expo Five, Louisville, KY

September 12, 2015 Sat. Rocketown, Nashville, TN

September 14, 2015 Mon. Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

September 15, 2015 Tue. Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

September 16, 2015 Wed. Backbooth, Orlando, FL

September 18, 2015 Fri. Casbah @ Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC

September 19, 2015 Sat. U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC

September 20, 2015 Sun. Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA

September 21, 2015 Mon. Amityville Music Hall, Long Island, NY

September 23, 2015 Wed. Simon's 677, Providence, RI

September 24, 2015 Thu. Palladium (small Room), Worcester, MA

September 25, 2015 Fri. Lost Horizon, Syracuse, NY

September 26, 2015 Sat. Koi Music Fest, Kitchener, ON, Canada

September 27, 2015 Sun. Waiting Room, Buffalo, NY

September 29, 2015 Tue. The Basement, Columbus, OH

 

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THE CONVERSATIONS TOUR OFFERS FREE SAMPLER FEATURING SAYWECANFLY, WIN IN SAILS, CASEY BOLLES AND SOUNDS LIKE HARMONY

TORONTO - The Conversations Tour will offer a free tour sampler showcasing songs from SayWeCanFly, Win In Sails, Casey Bolles and Sounds Like Harmony beginning on today.

In exchange for joining the bands' mailing lists, fans will be given a link to download the four-track sampler, featuring SayWeCanFly's "Summer Never Came, Wind In Sails' "Push and Shove," Casey Bolles' "Potential" and Sounds Like Harmony's "Lullaby."

Image: Say We Can Fly, Conversations Tour, Mazur PR, Michael MazurFans can sign up to receive the sampler at http://saywecanfly.cashmusic.org/.

The Conversations Tour, which is presented by Hope For The Day and The Entertainment Institute, is an unique concept that will bring like-minded music fans together in an environment for discussion and emotional expression.

Hosted by TheLedaBunny, The Conversations Tour will allow fans and musicians alike to connect in a ground-breaking format where they can exchange thoughts and opinions on everything from music to mental health.

Hope For The Day (HFTD) is a grassroots non-profit movement utilizing music and arts for suicide prevention and mental health education. Started in 2011, HFTD's vision is to use music and the arts as platforms for suicide prevention and mental health education. HFTD starts the conversation of prevention from stages in music venues across the globe, schools and online because prevention starts with a conversation. HFTD is a reminder that it's ok not to be ok and help is closer than you think.

The Entertainment Institute (TEI) is a music education platform that gives aspiring artists access to musicians and professionals currently working in the industry through customized workshops, both online and in person. TEI works with gurus from all facets of the industry to create unique educational experiences. These professionals share their first-hand knowledge and experiences directly with artists.

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurSayWeCanFly's debut full-length, Between The Roses, was released earlier this year and re-released this summer in a Deluxe Edition via Barrie's own PureWolf label. The record debuted at # 14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and #5 on iTunes singer/songwriter chart. Additionally, SayWeCanFly became a featured artist on MTVHits' "Fresh Faces" and won MTVU's "The Freshmen" competition with the first single, "Song of the Sparrow."

SayWeCanFly's first EP for Epitaph Records, Darling, will be released this fall.

The Conversations Tour dates are as follow:

September 7, 2015 Mon. Reggie's Chicago, IL

(Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/936877)

September 8, 2015 Tue. Mac's Bar, Lansing, MI

(Tickets: http://www.fusionshows.com/event/09-08-15/saywecanfly-macs-bar-lansing-mi)

September 10, 2015, Thu. Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

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September 11, 2015 Fri. Expo Five, Louisville, KY

(Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=6126115&pl=harper)

September 12, 2015 Sat. Rocketown, Nashville, TN

(Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=6121955&pl=rocketown)

September 14, 2015 Mon. Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

(Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0E004F0BAD2A3E97)

September 15, 2015 Tue. Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

(Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/saywecanfly-ft-lauderdale-florida-09-15-2015/event/0D004F0D4D1CD08A?artistid=2046235&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=1&REFERRAL_ID=tmfeedbuyat97249&wt.mc_id=aff_BUYAT_97249&camefrom=CFC_BUYAT_97249)

September 16, 2015 Wed. Backbooth, Orlando, FL

(Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/mobile/index/934177)

September 18, 2015 Fri. Casbah @ Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC

(Tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1IKHHF1)

September 19, 2015 Sat. U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC (Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/936337?utm_medium=bks)

September 20, 2015 Sun. Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA (Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/02004F0CE8AADEE5?brand=slpconcerts&camefrom=cfc_levinstone)

September 21, 2015 Mon. Amityville Music Hall, Long Island, NY (Tickets: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/937063?utm_medium=bks&utm_medium=459899)

September 23, 2015 Wed. Simon's 677, Providence, RI

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September 24, 2015 Thu. Palladium (small Room), Worcester, MA

(Tickets: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/936455)

September 25, 2015 Fri. Lost Horizon, Syracuse, NY

(Tickets: http://www.syracuseshows.com/event/936077)

September 26, 2015 Sat. Koi Music Fest, Kitchener, ON, Canada

(Tickets: http://www.koimusicfestival.com/ticket/)

September 27, 2015 Sun. Waiting Room, Buffalo, NY

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September 29, 2015 Tue. The Basement, Columbus, OH

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HOPE FOR THE DAY AND THE ENTERTAINMENT INSTITUTE PARTNER FOR THE CONVERSATIONS TOUR FEATURING SAYWECANFLY

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurTORONTO - Hope For The Day and The Entertainment Institute are partnering for The Conversations Tour this fall. A truly unique tour featuring SayWeCanFly, The Conversations Tour's goal is to open up dialogue where fans can express emotions and find comfort in the music and words of other fans.

"After playing Warped Tour over the summer, meeting so many different people and having conversations with them both as an artist and a human being, I thought doing a tour that is centered around conversations would be a cool idea," said SayWeCanFly's Braden Barrie. "I really want everyone to feel that what they are buying a ticket for is more than just a concert this time. I want to give everyone to the opportunity to personally connect with both myself and the other people on the tour, and not feel that they need to talk about a certain thing or topic. I think we are all scared to share our feelings these days, and I think it's very important to work on fixing that."

Barrie has spent much of the year touring, from intimate club performances to an entire summer on the Vans Warped Tour, where he has made it a point to connect personally with all of his fans. Through grassroots social media promotion, Barrie has built a dedicated network of fans who connect deeply with SayWeCanFly's music and Barrie as a person. The Conversations Tour gives Barrie a perfect opportunity to continue building a relationship with fans, as well as allowing a platform to bond as a community.

"I really want everyone to know that they don't ever have to feel insecure about who they are," he said. "The goal for this tour is really just to have everyone sitting in the same room getting to know each other. I want everyone to realize that the people in the room next to them understand their thoughts more than they probably believe. My favorite part about touring has always been the conversations I get to have with people, so I'm excited to focus on that element and really bring it to life with this tour."

Hope For The Day (HFTD) is a grassroots non-profit movement utilizing music and arts for suicide prevention and mental health education. Started in 2011, HFTD's vision is to use music and the arts as platforms for suicide prevention and mental health education. HFTD starts the conversation of prevention from stages in music venues across the globe, schools and online because prevention starts with a conversation. HFTD is a reminder that it's ok not to be ok and help is closer than you think.

"After doing amazing work with SayWeCanFly all summer on the Vans Warped Tour, we are excited to continue our advocacy efforts this fall and bring an open conversation about life to music venues across the country," said Jonny Boucher, Founder/CEO, Hope For The Day.

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurThe Entertainment Institute (TEI) is a music education platform that gives aspiring artists access to musicians and professionals currently working in the industry through customized workshops, both online and in person. TEI works with gurus from all facets of the industry to create unique educational experiences. These professionals share their first-hand knowledge and experiences directly with artists.

"Braden Barrie of SayWeCanFly is a true artist with a very real passion for his fans," said TEI's Matt Halpern. "All summer we watched him perform his heart out on stage, then spend hours meeting and talking with his fans every single day. He never just said hi and shrugged off, he let them talk. He listens, and cares. He wants to know who they are, where they come from, how his music has helped them, and how he can continue to help them. That's inspiring. It's the type of inspiration that TEI is always aiming to harness through our own programs."

"Both Hope For The Day and The Entertainment Institute have been amazing partners to work with over the summer," Barrie said. "I think it's super cool to see how much they care about the kids. It's easy to sit back and talk about making a difference, but these organizations do more than just talk. I've seen first-hand how much what they do means to people, and how it helps everyone feel like they are special. I'm really stoked to have them on board with this tour."

SayWeCanFly's debut full-length, Between The Roses, was released earlier this year and re-released this summer in a Deluxe Edition via Barrie's own PureWolf label. The record debuted at # 14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and #5 on iTunes singer/songwriter chart. Additionally, SayWeCanFly became a featured artist on MTVHits' "Fresh Faces" and won MTVU's "The Freshmen" competition with the first single, "Song of the Sparrow."

SayWeCanFly's first EP for Epitaph Records, Darling, will be released this fall.

The Conversations Tour will be hosted by TheLedaBunny and will also feature SayWeCanFly, Wind In Sails, Sounds Like Harmony and Casey Bolles.

The Conversations Tour dates are as follow:

September 7, 2015 Mon. Reggie's Chicago, IL

September 8, 2015 Tue. Mac's Bar, Lansing, MI

September 10, 2015, Thu. Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

September 11, 2015 Fri. Expo Five, Louisville, KY

September 12, 2015 Sat. Rocketown, Nashville, TN (Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=6121955&pl=rocketown)

September 14, 2015 Mon. Masquerade, Atlanta, GA (Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0E004F0BAD2A3E97)

September 15, 2015 Tue. Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

September 16, 2015 Wed. Backbooth, Orlando, FL (Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/mobile/index/934177)

September 18, 2015 Fri. Casbah @ Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC (Tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1IKHHF1)

September 19, 2015 Sat. U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC(Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/936337?utm_medium=bks)

September 20, 2015 Sun. Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA (Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/02004F0CE8AADEE5?brand=slpconcerts&camefrom=cfc_levinstone)

September 21, 2015 Mon. Amityville Music Hall, Long Island, NY

September 23, 2015 Wed. Simon's 677, Providence, RI

September 24, 2015 Thu. Palladium (Small Room), Worcester, MA (Tickets: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/936455)

September 25, 2015 Fri. Lost Horizon, Syracuse, NY

September 26, 2015 Sat. Koi Music Fest,Kitchener, ON, Canada

September 27, 2015 Sun. Waiting Room, Buffalo, NY

September 29, 2015 Tue. The Basement, Columbus, OH (Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/05004F0D819F17EB?brand=promowest)

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MUCH MUSIC EXCLUSIVELY PREMIERES SAYWECANFLY'S 'THE DISTANCE THAT TOOK YOU AWAY' VIDEO

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurTORONTO - SayWeCanFly's newest video for the track "The Distance That Took You Away" will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Much Music on the Broadcast Cable Television in Canada and Much.com between 6 and 7 p.m. EDT.

"The Distance That Took You Away," the latest single from the debut album, Between The Roses, which recently received a Deluxe Edition release via PureWolf Records, was shot on location in Whitby, Ontario, and Lindsay, Ontario. SayWeCanFly's Braden Barrie chose to once again work with Reel Tang Productions, the team behind the album's hit video for "Song of the Sparrow."

The video gave Barrie an opportunity to bring "The Distance That Took You Away" to life through a more story rather than performance-driven approach. "This gave me more of a chance to focus on subtle emotions and movements, which made it more of an acting challenge, so to speak," Barrie said. "We shot this one almost completely in chronological order too, which made it very natural."

The premise of the video focuses on a haunting memory of someone close to Barrie, feeling real yet not being visible. This is brought to life by Barrie and actress Taryn Albert, who subtly follows in Barrie's footsteps throughout the video. "I am completely unaware of her presence until the end of the video, at which time we connect in a very symbolic way," Barrie said. "It ended up thunder storming near the end of the shoot, so instead of waiting it out I decided I wanted to re-write the ending to capture the rain as part of the atmosphere and story."

SayWeCanFly is a featured artist on this summer's esteemed Vans Warped Tour, appearing every day in the Acoustic Basement Tent.

Barrie has been supporting his debut full-length, Between The Roses, with headline and support dates across the country and overseas since its release earlier this year. The album debuted at # 14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and #5 on iTunes singer/songwriter chart. Additionally, SayWeCanFly became a featured artist on MTVHits' "Fresh Faces" and won MTVU's "The Freshmen" competition with the first single, "Song of the Sparrow."

At just 20 years old, Barrie offers a remarkable maturity, expressing raw feelings and offering a sense of hope, inspiration and understanding that fans of all ages can relate to. Much of SayWeCanFly's early success can be attributed to Barrie's strong social media presence and deep connection with his fans.

Vans Warped Tour dates featuring SayWeCanFly are as follow:

July 21 - The Pavilion at Montage Mountain, Scranton, PA

July 23 - Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

July 24 - The Palace of Auburn Hills Parking Lot, Detroit, MI

July 25 - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL

July 26 - Canterbury Park, Shakopee, MN

July 27 - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO

July 28 - Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI

July 29 - Klipsch Music Center, Noblesville, IN

July 30 - Cricket Wireless Amphitheater, Bonner Springs, KS

August 1 - Utah State Park, Salt Lake City, UT

August 2 - Pepso Center Parking Lot, Denver, CO

August 5 - Qualcomm Stadium Parking Lot, San Diego, CA

August 7 - Portland Expo Center, Portland, OR

August 8 - White River Amphitheater, Auburn, WA

 

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EPITAPH SIGNS CANADIAN SINGER-SONGWRITER SAYWECANFLY

Watch the artist announcement video now:  https://youtu.be/MDyCMO7XlfQ

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PREpitaph has signed one-man acoustic act SayWeCanFly to the label. Hailing from Ontario, Canada, SayWeCanFly is the heart and soul of 20-year-old Braden Barrie, who is currently playing shows to capacity crowds across the US on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour.

Barrie is a singer-songwriter mature well-beyond his years, with lyrics that show listeners no matter what struggles they face, they always have the power to make it through.

"I've spent many years of my life building SayWeCanFly from theground up, and have always believed in the power of faith and hard work," he said. "I've learned that the two most important aspects of being a musician are the songs I write, and the kids who listen to them. Becoming a part of the Epitaph family is something I feel in my heart is the right step for me to take. They have always stood out to me for many reasons, the most important being that their bands are consistently growing and succeeding, which I don't believe is possible without a loving and caring team behind the art. My priority will always be the music, and I'm thankful to have found a record label who understands why I do what I do."

Brett Gurewitz, Epitaph CEO states:

"It's truly amazing what Braden has accomplished with SayWeCanFly, all on his own, in such a short time. His passion and commitment are really inspiring. I'm thrilled to welcome him and his wonderful team to the Epitaph family."

SayWeCanFly has self-released music since 2009 and seen social numbers climb into the millions. Barrie's huge social media presence has created a bond withSayWeCanFly's fans that goes beyond the music alone, creating a family-like relationship between the artist and fans. Barrie recently formed his own label in PureWolf Records. He has been featured regularly on MTVU, MTVHits!, Alternative Press, MuchMusic, BryanStars, Fuse and more.

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