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In addition to being a talented singer whose music is helping to modernize country music, Bryna is also a charitable soul who marries her musical pursuits with philanthropy to support various organizations.

With her booming music career and philanthropic efforts, Bryna is proof that helping others never goes out of style, and being true to yourself can sometimes be one’s greatest accomplishment.

Bryna’s new song “Stars Are Falling” came at a fitting time

Not many songs can bring people together during a time of disaster, but Bryna’s music has proven to be a guiding light even in the darkest of moments.

In her new single “Stars Are Falling” — inspired by elements of new wave and electronica — the multi-talented singer spreads a message of togetherness and hope. She admits it couldn’t have come at a better time now that we’re all experiencing hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“It’s crazy that was shot the music video months ago when we recorded the song in November, and it’s just so fitting for the times,” she told Showbiz Cheat Sheet. “I just saw the video for the first time now that it’s finished, and I couldn’t stop crying. [The video] is like a metaphor of what’s happening right now.”

Now that the virus has spread rapidly through the U.S., many people have been leaning on each other through this calamity, which is a message Bryna wants listeners to take away from her song.

“The thing that I want people to get from this song is — yes it is a love song, but it’s not that kind of yummy, smushy love song — but it is in a sense that in difficult times, as of right now, we all come together and become one,” she told us. “In general, we all want to come together, and we want to help each other, and that, to me, is what this song is about. When times are tough, we all come together and become one, regardless of whether we’re in different countries or not, we’re all in this together.”

Read the whole article at CheatSheet.com: Laura Bryna Is Spreading Messages of Hope With Her Dynamic New Sound

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