SYML’s “Where’s My Love” & The Olympics

February 16, 2018 BY Nettwerk

The Seattle artist’s breakout single, “Where’s My Love” (over 110 million streams), was chosen by Canadian Ice Skating duo Julianne Sequin and Charlie Bilodeau for their free skate program, which they performed last night in PyeongChang, placing #9th overall.



“To a room of hypnotized guests he flaunted an effortless falsetto…” – Billboard Magazine 
(Watch SYML at Billboard Magazine’s Grammy Week Industry Night’s Showcase at The Ludlow House)

 “…an absolutely stunning cover…” – Mahogany 
(Watch cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful”)

“The crafted songwriter from Seattle mixes a tragic cinematic love story with his haunting track” – Nothing but Hope and Passion

“One of the Artists to Watch in 2018” – Rolling Stone

Find SYML on tour this March:
Mar 5th Los Angeles, CA @ The Moroccan Lounge
Mar 7th San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
Mar 9th Portland, OR @ The Old Church (SOLD OUT)
Mar 10th Seattle, WA @ Columbia City Theater
Mar 13-18th Austin, TX @ SXSW (details to follow soon)

From his basement recording studio in the small town of Issaquah, WA outside Seattle, Brian Fennell began to write and record songs under the  name SYML, which  means simple in Welsh. Adopted and not knowing his history or connection to his Welsh roots, many of these songs are influenced by the complex feelings that come  from  unknown  lineage.

Streaming: over 110 million combined global streams on his current single “Where’s My Love” and close to 4 million monthly listeners on Spotify.
30 Million+ YouTube views combined; YT ‘Artist On The Rise’
2018 Pandora ‘Artist To Watch’
Radio: Currently climbing the Alternative Chart (#43)
Sold-out tour dates in UK/Europe