REVIEW album Ruth Brosnan Toodle-oo (Single)

Sugary Pop Princess Ruth Brosnan Releases Empowering Anthem 'Toodle-oo'

Toodle-oo (Single)

Ruth Brosnan

Cork-based pop sensation Ruth Brosnan releases ‘Toodle-oo’, the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut single ‘Good Enough’.

While her debut was a much slower-paced, ruminating ballad which addressed the topic of mental health, written from her own experiences of losing her mother to suicide, ‘Toodle-oo’ is Ruth’s upbeat and lighthearted dance-pop counterpart to ‘Good Enough’.

Focusing on the themes of strength and overcoming adversity, Ruth aspires to empower women of all races and backgrounds worldwide to find their independence with it and say ‘Toodle-oo’ to the negative people in their lives.

Taking inspiration from late-noughties pop royalty, Ruth evokes the electrifying energy of Ke$ha and the saccharine sweetness of Katy Perry, along with her own playful personality ever shining through.

‘Toodle-oo’ is an effervescent, summery, uplifting banger, which highlights not only Ruth’s talent and vocal range but her own strength of character and honesty, along with a wicked sense of humour. Featuring an electronic backing and soulful vocals, an ultra-catchy chorus, and truthful, relatable yet sassy lyrics, it is a stunning summer pop anthem, which maintains a serious message at its heart.

Channelling her other passions within her music, the accompanying video to ‘Toodle-oo’ showcases Ruth’s love for dance and fitness, featuring an energetic dance routine which perfectly cements the songstress’s position as a soon-to-be pop princess.