LP version. Tracy Bryant first gained recognition in 2011 as founder and frontman of Los Angeles group, Corners. The band became a staple of the underground L.A. music scene with their highly regarded live shows and three well-received releases. Bryant decided to end the band in early 2016 to fully focus on his solo endeavors. His first full-length solo album, Subterranean, was released in early 2016 on Burger Records. 2017 saw the release of Bryant's sophomore album A Place For Nothing And Everything in it's Place, revealing a wider spectrum and depth in Bryant's songwriting. Hush, Tracy Bryant's third studio album, was recorded over the course of six months in the mountains of Topanga Canyon, California. Produced by Kyle Mullarky (The Growlers, Allah Las) and partly written in collaboration with his wife Kimberly Fitzner, the album is a dynamic and transforming journey from beginning to end. Hush is lyrically forward, conversational and calm, but with an unforgiving and forward voice that doesn't shy away from naming the struggles and graces which come upon all whom pursue a creative life. The soaring melodies of Hush are a breath of fresh air combined with an authentic lyrical perspective which approaches the sometimes taboo music industry and the characters which inhabit it. Bryant's most elaborate production yet is realized by the immaculate drumming and percussion of Nick Murray (Cate Le Bon, White Fence), precision bass by Brian Allen (Burnt Ones), and Kyle Mullarky. Guitars and piano are all played by Bryant himself. The album is mastered by world-renowned engineer Dave Cooley (Blood Orange, Ariel Pink, Animal Collective). Bryant's songs "The Background Singer" and "Start The Motor" were featured in season three of the Network CW television series Riverdale. The Corners song "We're Changing" was featured as one of the few original songs in the blockbuster M. Night Shyamalan film Glass (2019). The song "Hey Spaceman!" was used in the season finale of the TBS show People Of Earth. The title track off of his first album Subterranean is featured in the Volcom surf film Psychic Migrations (2015). "Subterranean" was also featured in the Transworld Skateboarding film Substance.