Showcasing their amazing vocal ability, Bryce Sainty and Taylor Moss have teamed up to release a country ballad like no other. An outright love song, “Sunday Best” is an intimate piano ballad written by Bryce Sainty, Rod McCormack and Sally Barris.
Originally featured on Bryce Sainty’s EP “Hometown”, “Sunday Best” has been re-recorded with the addition of Taylor’s vocals to take “Sunday Best” to the next level.
“I was so excited to work Taylor on this song. Sunday Best is my favourite song on the Hometown EP and to be able to add Taylor’s vocals to it has taken it to a whole new level and I can’t wait to share it with you all”.
Both Bryce and Taylor have been on a roll this year with 2 singles in the top 5 radio charts. Bryce’s single “This Summer’s The One” was the #1 most downloaded song on Play MPE across all genres, and reached #4 on the National Country Charts. Taylor’s single “Get it Girl” reached #1 on the National Country Charts. Bryce and Taylor have also garnered more than 2 million streams each as they continue to forge a path for themselves in the country music arena.
About Bryce Sainty:
Bryce Sainty is a country pop artist from the East Coast of Australia deemed an ‘artist to watch’ by Spotify with over 2 million streams.
Following his 2018 success with “Eleven Eleven” (co-written with #1 US artist Morgan Evans) and “Something I Want” (Mixed and Mastered by Jeff Balding – Keith Urban, Taylor Swift), Bryce released his breakout single “Never Going Back” which has been streamed over 175,000 times and was top 50 on The Music Network Country Chart. Bryce followed this up with “Table For Two” streamed over 300,000 times and “Goodbye” streamed over 250,000 times.
Continuing to break out, in 2020 Bryce released “Do You Remember” a uniquely upbeat country pop summer anthem that has already been streamed over 400,000 times. With a raw vocal performance Bryce released “Nervous”. Touching on a powerful message of venerability, “Nervous” quickly became a fan favourite. Just when you thought 2020 was over... Bryce released “On The Weekend”, a summer anthem that closed out the year at number #11 on The Music Network Country Charts.
In 2021 Bryce teamed up with number #1 Australian Country Music Duo The Wolfe Brothers to release the first single from his upcoming EP – “Just Chillin”. Co-written with The Wolfe Brothers and featuring Nick Wolfe on guitar, “Just Chillin” has already reached over 200,000 streams and was featured in New Music Friday Australian and NZ playlist as well as the number #1 Australian Country music playlist Fresh Country.
2022 is on track to be the biggest year for Bryce, kicking off with summer smash “This Summer’s The One”. Peaking at #4 on the National Country Airplay charts, “This Summer’s The One” was the #1 most downloaded song on PLAY MPE across all genres in its opening week. The long anticipated EP “Hometown” has just been released and Bryce will also be teaming up with icons Andrew Farris (INXS), Tim Freedman (The Whitlams) and Rod McCormack as part of a songwriters showcase at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Bryce will also be going on tour with the Wolfe Brothers.
Achievements To Date:
2022 ‘This Summer’s The One’ - #4 on the National Airplay Charts
2022 Released “This Summer’s The One” - #1 downloaded song by radio on opening week.
2021 Released ‘Just Chillin” – 200,000 streams
2020 ‘On The Weekend’ – #11 on The Music Network Country Chart
2020 Named “Artist To Watch” by Spotify
2020 Released ‘Do You Remember’ – 400,000 Streams
2019 The Music Network Top 50 Country Chart – KIX FM Top 5 – ‘Never Going Back’
2019 Released ‘Never Going Back’, ‘Table For Two’ and ‘Goodbye’ – streamed over 700,000 times. 2018 Released ‘Eleven Eleven’ and ‘Something I Want’ – Top Radio Singles
2017 Nomination for CMC Award – Best New Artist
2016 Released single ‘STATUS’ – #2 on iTunes
2014 Star Maker Top 10 Finalist
2013 Released Debut EP – Top 5 on iTunes
2013 Performed and Featured on Channel 10 tv show – What’s Up Down Under
2012 Released Debut Single ‘Message In A Bottle’ – Top 10 on iTunes – Top 50 CMC