Brett Gleason returns with sophomore album Manifest, fueled with a depth of passion and emotion

Multi-instrumentalist Brett Gleason returns with his sophomore album, Manifest and it is fueled with a depth of emotion and passion. The album is the follow up to Brett’s acclaimed 2014 self-titled effort, and features the singles “If I Could” and “Expiration Date.”  Brett comments about the new album,

“My 2nd album, ‘Manifest’ feels more like my first as I strip down my sound to address the basic themes of humanity such as love, loss, death & time with the fresh perspective of an artist reborn. Whereas my debut album of dark, electro rock dealt with the drama of mental illness – ‘Manifest’ is my re-initiation into the life of the living as I try to live and love in the light of the world. It’s not easy but armed with my piano, an acoustic guitar, and poetry – I’m starting to navigate this complexly beautiful world and have devoted ‘Manifest’ to my first forays into its depths.”

Take a listen to the new album here:

You can now purchase the album on iTunes and Brett’s official site. Stream the album in full over on Spotify.

To celebrate the release of Manifest, Brett will be performing a record release show at  Pianos in NYC on release day. Tickets are still available here.

Brett also has the following live dates confirmed:

  • 4.21 // Boston, MA // PA’s Lounge
  • 4.24 // Philadelphia, PA // Kung Fu Necktie
  • 5.26 // Washington, DC // Ebenezers Coffeehouse

Make sure to visit his social media sites and stay up to date on the latest  news.

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