Today, Canadian singer-songwriter Danielle Ryan, released the music video for her new single “Take Me Back” via 604 Records. The new single is about reminiscing on good times in a relationship. It is relatable, nostalgic, and sure to be a fan favourite.
Produced by Untold Creative with the help of Director Cole Northey and Cinematographer Marcus Hann, the music video brings the song to life with the concept of being taken back to not only young love, but also through different eras.
“For the music video, my brother and I had this idea that when I would sing the line “Take Me Back” I would be transported to a new era every single time. We filmed the video in my grandma’s living room and completely transformed the space; we featured the 50’s, 70’s, 2000’s and 2022. I had the time of my life living out all my dress-up dreams,” said Danielle Ryan.
For over a decade, Danielle Ryan has been hard at work honing her writing and performance skills behind the curtain. Born and raised on her great grandfather’s dairy farm in rural British Columbia, she grew up with a sharp awareness of the mechanics of modern pop thanks to some of the artists who helped shape her sound.
She kicked off 2021 with her debut single “Weather Man” (serviced by Universal Music) which gained traction at Country Radio and saw over 369,170 combined streams worldwide, followed by her next single “Good Times” a boot-stomping barn-rocker driven by fun, rapid-fire verses and a chorus you’ll be whistling for days.
Danielle is putting her velvet-voice on display as she gears up to drop her truly stunning debut EP in the coming months.