Cody Bryan Band releases ‘When We Were Made’ music video: Watch

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Cody Bryan Band is remarkable for a reason. As evidenced in their song "When We Were Made," they bring a refreshing perspective to the mainstream, through their inherent ability to tell heartfelt stories and craft memorable melodies. Lifted from their debut album Wreck Me, the song is a searing ballad about falling in love and reminiscing about the moment it happened.

In the song's recently-released music video, lead singer Cody Bryan delivers a sensational vocal. His delivery is as smooth as the summer rain, dripping with authenticity. Likewise, the band, also comprised of Zach Lynch (lead guitar), Miles Barker (bass), and Casey Conway (drums), demonstrates its musicianship, far suprassing most of what's happening at radio.

Wreck Me, recorded at Test Tube Audio in Austin, Texas and produced by Matt Norveskey, highlights the band's well-rounded influences and experience, that began some years prior.

Cody Bryan Band first got their start with their residency at Austin's The Saxon Club. “We’ve been best friends and playing music together for five years now,” says Bryan. “Those guys are lifers,” adds Noveskey.

Grab a copy of Wreck Me on iTunes now!

Watch "When We Were Made" now: 

Cody Bryan Band – "When We Were Made" from Phillip Guzman on Vimeo.


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