Brittany Schweizer is a visual artist, film buff and singer/songwriter from Orlando, FL. She graduated from the University of Miami in 2010 with a degree in Studio Art and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Film Studies. Brittany started playing music at a young age, but it wasn’t until her mid-twenties that it slowly started to become her primary creative outlet. She tends to explore a variety of musical genres and her art and film background bring a certain visual essence and cinematic nature to her music.
Her latest release "The Great Stone Face" was recorded during the height of the pandemic. The title track "Great Stone Face" borrows Buster Keaton's nickname to describe the hardening of emotional responses over those trying times.
Relatively new to self recording and with the help of musician husband Brian Chodorcoff and producer/engineer and friend Wheeler Newman, she bounced tracks back and forth for close to two years before completing this project. She is a huge fan of the artistry of an album and tends to blend genres throughout her music. At times this record is heavy, dark and moody, but can also be light, airy, sensitive and pretty.