American singer/songwriters Brett and Brigetta are a brother sister duo. The two are five years apart, but when it comes to music there is no age difference. While Brett is the engine that drives their music, as he produces and engineers their songs, the synergy of both of their ideas and talents are expressed in their sound and music. “ It is easy and natural to work together. We see eye to eye on so many levels not only as siblings, songwriters, producers, but life in general. Our dream is to take what we hear in our heads, put it in a song, and share it with the world. We love music, we love people, and we love to perform.” Creating music is way of life for The Truitts.
After four years of building a fan base through social media, the Nashville brother-sister duo Truitt is making it official: They’re a pop band with something to say – and two voices to say it. Brett Truitt, 22, describes their first single release, “Throne” as a song about being content outside of a romantic relationship. Brigetta Truitt, who is 17 and finishing high school through online courses, carries lead vocals on the song, with Brett lending harmony and additional instrumentation.
When speaking on the single the duo share, “‘Tokyo’ is a representation of an exotic and vibrant experience you could share with someone, but being overwhelmed with logistics.
We had a few different versions of the track, but when we heard Light House’s interpretation of it, the song came to life and gave us that euphoric feeling we wanted people to feel when we wrote the lyrics.”
Truitt: Tokyo Lyrics: