Since the very first time we heard New Zealand’s pride and joy, Brooke Fraser, we simply can’t get enough of her! To our excitement, Brooke has released a charming new video for her single “Betty,” off the album Flags. [READ ON]
Just before her sold out show at Highline Ballroom in New York City, Brooke Fraser took the time to sing the irresistibly snappy ”Something In The Water” to me and fellow videographer Austin Conroy. There were plenty of bystanders walking through Highline park that day; even a pair of young girls that screamed, “we love you Brooke” in tandem after her performance. Watch the stripped down live performance of “Something In The Water” below.
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