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Hailing from the New South Wales mid-north coast town of Port Macquarie, Brock Colley is releasing his first new material in fifteen years with the single “One Kind Of Beautiful”.
Originally written for the Country Music capital that is Nashville, Tennessee, “One Kind Of Beautiful” infuses an eclectic mix of Country, Pop and RnB. It’s this mix of the three genres that gives Brock an exciting and innovative style to the Country Music genre.
The track’s stance is to encourage Men in the world, to never make their partner feel underappreciated. To always tell her of your adulation for her – especially those that most often go un-said.
“One Kind Of Beautiful” was produced by notable US producer, Justin Morgan, who has cuts with popular American Country music group, Runaway June and has multiple film and TV placements which include NBC/Channel 7’s Chicago Fire, MTV’s Teen Wolf, and more.
“One Kind Of Beautiful” was originally written for publishing in Nashville, however, held too much of a sentimental attachment for Brock who opted to record and release it himself rather than pass it to another artist. “This song had to stay with me because it was a little closer to home than most of the songs that I tend to write when writing for other artists in mind,” Brock says. “With this track, I just wanted to speak the things that I see in my wife, some of the things that sometimes go un-said.”
Brock is a multi-instrumentalist. He plays drums, mandolin, guitar and piano. He is no new blood in Australia’s Country scene having already headlined shows at Tamworth’s Country Music Festival and featured on the Gympie Muster line-up over his sixteen year career.
Dabbling in music as early as three years of age, Brock’s musical preferences vary far and wide: from George Strait to Boys 2 Men, which becomes evident in his song writing.
“One Kind Of Beautiful” is the first release since Brock’s debut self-titled EP in 2004. Brock says: “I am a little more 'lived in' than I was when I wrote my debut EP so I have a bigger appreciation for having the right people around me in life.”