Homewrecker by Bree And The Whatevers.
Check out the new video by Brooklyn-based indie soul-pop outfit Bree And The Whatevers called “Homewrecker,” the title track off of their upcoming EP release.
The group has brought the vintage style of the single to life by pairing it with an equally retro cinematic setting. Bree Klauser and partner in crime, Dan Kessler, keyboardist of Morricone Youth and Berklee College of Music alumnus, have created an exceptional album with diverse Motown influences such as The Supremes, The Temptations, and Smokey Robinson.
As the composer of the melodies, Bree also draws her lyrics from real life experiences portrayed in “Homewrecker” which describes her friendship turned love affair with Kessler. Kessler then wrote, arranged and performed most of the instruments on the EP alongside producer, Scott Hollingsworth (Sean Lennon, The GOASTT and Yoko Ono) who plays keyboard for The World Inferno Friendship Society. Together, they helped craft a 4-track EP filled with vintage charm, funk and soulful style.
Bree was born legally blind with a condition called Achromatopsia. Being legally blind all of her life has made her a very tactile person and extremely hands on when it comes to creativity. This experience has also made her feel limitless which can be seen in her powerful music video.