Having toured the world with Taylor SwiftEmmylou HarrisClint BlackCarrie UnderwoodTim McGraw and featured in New York MagazineThe New York Times & Billboard, Laura Bryna’s “Way That it Was” lyric video is officially live now!

With her latest track, the infectious dance/pop jam “Way That It Was,” the veteran singer takes the anthem that meets our collective moment concept one step further. Encapsulating our emotional exhaustion with this crazy new normal and hopes for future restoration, its words were originally written about a broken relationship but now have a powerful universal meaning. The high energy all-star remixes of Laura Bryna’s first hit single “Stars are Falling” worked something of a high-impact musical miracle, giving us a much-needed burst of hope and inspiration during a difficult, anxiety ridden time.

The song was co-written and produced by Grammy Award winner Damon Sharpe (Ariana Grande, Pitbull, J Lo, Anastacia, Nelly,) who also co-wrote and co-produced “Stars Are Falling” and “Sweet Revenge,” Laura’s 2019 hit single that established her fresh and innovative hybrid country, New Wave and electronica vibe after years of success as a mainstream contemporary country artist that included touring on bills with superstars of multiple generations – including Taylor Swift, Emmylou Harris, Clint Black, Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan.

“Stars Are Falling” reached #2 on the UK based Music Week Commercial Pop Chart and #7 on France’s NRJ chart. Its Eli Sokhn directed video, which illustrates the power of love and human connection amidst an eerily prescient apocalyptic landscape, has nearly two million YouTube views. Its rise was propelled in part by a dynamic package of remixes by Dave Aude (Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Beyonce), Klaas (Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike), Kalender, Chris Cox (Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Michael Jackson), Drew G (Ed Sheeran, Madonna, Beyonce), Ray Rhodes (Fifth Harmony, Lady Gaga, Rihanna), Dave Matthias (J Lo, Jennifer Hudson, Toni Braxton), Slim Tim and Brixxtone. Likewise, “Sweet Revenge” has amassed 2.1 million YouTube views and its remix by Aude hit #10 on the Billboard Dance Chart.