Bruno Major blends old song structures from The Great American Songbook with contemporary production on his new album “To Let A Good Thing Die.” The result is a nostalgic, yet contemporary collection of love songs for the Netflix and chill generation. We speak with Bruno Major about how he draws inspiration from the past to craft something new. He breaks down his songs “Nothing,” “To Let A Good Thing Die,” and “The Most Beautiful Thing,” which he wrote with Finneas. And we unpack how Bruno Major found success only after being dropped from his record label.
Bruno Major discusses the references to the past in his reimagining of jazz. He also talks about the influence of other styles on his music.