Bronze Avery Collaborates with Kevin McHale for "Happy With Nothing"
Today, emerging multi-talented music artist Bronze Avery releases his new single “Happy WIth Nothing” featuring singer/actor Kevin McHale. The uplifting pop track is about looking on the bright side of a rough break-up.
Penned entirely by Bronze Avery himself, “Happy With Nothing” describes the final stop on the journey one goes through after a break-up — the euphoric feeling you have when you are at peace with the relationship ending. Speaking on the track, Bronze states “I wrote Happy With Nothing in a stream of consciousness — Happy With Nothing is a positive outlook on the worst kind of breakup. It's when you finally find a place of peace and are ready to move on from an unfulfilling situation.”
The track, which features actor Kevin McHale from popular TV shows like Glee, X-Factor, and Elite, was a perfect collaboration between him and Bronze. “It’s an honor to work with Kevin who’s been an inspiration to me for years and also someone I can call a friend. I usually tend to collaborate with people I have some type of relationship with beforehand and once we work together, it creates such a unique bond shared through music.”
Speaking further, he comments on asking Kevin to be featured on the track. “Once it was finished, I immediately knew I wanted a feature on it. Justin Gilbert, the photographer, actually gave me the idea to ask Kevin. Kevin was totally obsessed with the song and sent over some iconic vocals. Once I heard his voice on it, I knew the song was going to really touch a lot of people while making them dance.”
When asked about the process behind making the song, Bronze says “The song was written by me and produced by Dave Schaemen. I love working with Dave because he respects me not only as an artist and songwriter, but also as a producer. I’m able to bounce off sound ideas and switch places with him at the computer to help craft something we both really love. After finding the foundation of the track, I wrote the song as a heavy stream of consciousness. I didn’t even really know what I was saying and it wasn’t written in the typical commercial pop structure, but it just felt right.”