Brittany Kennell’s Sophomore Album “Pink Collar” Is Out

Brittany Kennell promotional picture for her album "Pink Collar"

Montreal-based singer-songwriter Brittany Kennell’s sophomore album Pink Collar is officially out now!

Blending her love for vintage rock and modern country, Pink Collar is, well … a VIBE.

If you’re looking for a pep talk on love, breakups, living your own life your way, or leaning in to new love, there’s something for everyone.

Listen to Pink Collar wherever you get your earworms.

Hard Work And A Pink Collar

A labour of love, especially for an independent artist … Pink Collar is a collection of songs empowering women in love and in life, while learning to lean into a sense of confidence in your own path in life.

Pink Collar is a nod to the hard work of a woman, but also the reality that women are still overworked, underpaid, and working twice as hard for recognition and fair compensation. 

Prominent themes throughout this album include taking your time with love (“One Drink at a Time”), letting go of a man who’s wasting your time (“Wait On You”), honouring your own path in life (“House and a Dog”) and the ultimate relationships – friendships that stand the test of time (“Together We’re Rich”).

An exciting surprise is the album’s first track “Wrong Horse” featuring fellow Canadian powerhouse, Kelly Prescott.

Other new tracks include “Grand Marquis” an ode to grannies in their divorce era, “Years” a collaboration with American country-rock artist Matt Kozoil, “Trophy Wife”, a reminder to be your own champion, and the final track “Good Find” a reminder that you can find love again.

Listen To Brittany’s Sophomore Album

Brittany Kennell’s Message About Pink Collar

Pink Collar is a vibrant album touching base on integrity, vulnerability, independence and confidence when it comes to one’s own journey in life, love and ambitions. This chapter of my life held a lot of self-awareness; learning a lot about who I was and my core values. Post break-up album, I was really searching for myself in my career, my relationships, how to open up to love again and where I saw myself further down the road. I really hope people listen to this album and can find themselves somewhere among the songs – whether they are tired of waiting on someone in love, looking for that second chance, or just wanting a house and a dog – I hope they can stand up for what they want and deserve out of life.” – Brittany Kennell

More About Brittany Kennell

From Beaconsfield (Qc), Brittany Kennell packed her bags over 12 years ago to complete her studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston and then spent 8 Years in the writing streets of Nashville.

She became the first and only Canadian to be on NBCs The Voice when country superstar Blake Shelton pushed his button to her rendition of Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough”. She made it to the knockout round singing Shania Twain’s “You’re Still The One” with Miley Cyrus as her mentor. 

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While In Nashville, she has written and played with some of Music City’s finest; Maren Morris, Natalie Hemby, Hailey Whitters, Tenille Townes, Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, The Reklaws, Aubrie Sellers, Charlie Worsham. 

Since then, Brittany has been featured in Rolling Stone, CMT, Pat Monahan’s “Train Tracks” on SiriusXM, American Songwriter, ET Canada and more.

 She is a National Anthem singer in rotation for the Montreal Canadiens, and has sung for The Grand Prix F1, MLS Montreal Impacts and Montreal Alouettes. 

With a modern country sound inspired by Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris, mixed with some roots and rock influences such as Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow, Brittany’s debut album ‘i Ain’t A Saint’ hit shelves on September 17th 2021. 

She then became the first and only Quebec female country artist to Perform at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville in August 2021.

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 This SiriusXM’s Top Of The Country semi-finalist is now opening for Matt Lang’s Quebec tour on top of starting her own tour dates along with festival performances at Boots & Hearts, Lasso and Calgary Stampede. Her debut record was named one of CBC Music’s 21 most anticipated albums of the year and CBC Music’s Top 15 album of the year.

Connect With Brittany Kennell On Social Media!

Instagram – @brittymusic 
Twitter – @brittymusic 
Facebook – @brittymusic 
TikTok – @brittanykennell

Jenna Weishar from Front Porch Music

Country music lover with an unhealthy collection of concert t-shirts. Always looking for up and coming artists. Believer in music's ability to soothe the soul. Connect with me on Instagram and Twitter.

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