“Say you’re just ‘good friends’ with her… Well my new friend is a better kisser.”
MASSAPEQUA, NY, July 30, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Rising singer-songwriter Brooke Elardo has rewritten the classic “Please, Mr. Postman,” originally sung by the Marvelettes and remade by The Beatles, to be reflective of today’s society. With clever lyrics and a catchy beat, this song is bound to catch the attention of millions. Watch the official music video “Please, Mr. Postmate” HERE.
About the song, Brooke said, “I wanted to flip the narrative on this old time classic that everybody knows and loves. In the original version, a woman is waiting for a letter from her lover day after day that never seems to come. I wanted to create a version of this song that would be more relevant to the world we live in today while also completely flipping the script.”
“Please, Mr. Postmate” follows a woman who is awaiting her boyfriend to come home after a long day of work to enjoy dinner with her (which she got delivered to her house via Postmate delivery service.) Upon finding out that he has been cheating on her through a text she wasn’t meant to receive, she decides to invite the delivery guy inside to eat with her instead.
Recently, Brooke released “Plenty of You” and “Romeo” off her upcoming album, which both gained attention from the media. “Plenty of You” was aired on Radio Music Vault’s radio station and “Romeo” was picked up by a talent scout and shared on PIX11 News television series, “RightThisMinute.”
Follow rising recording artist Brooke Elardo on her journey to the charts as she releases her new music from her upcoming album at the end of August.
Brooke Elardo is a singer-songwriter from Massapequa, New York. She started writing songs at the young age of six and released her first music video at the age of 13. Brooke’s talent far exceeds just singing and songwriting, as she has directed and produced all her own songs and music video’s for her upcoming album. Brooke graduated from SUNY New Paltz with her degree in Acting in 2020 and continued her studies in music production and videography at Berklee College of Music throughout 2021. She made her television debut on “Rick’s Rising Stars” back in 2014 and has since worked on many major network films and television series, including Amazon Primes “Mr. Robot”, Netflix “Things Heard and Seen” and more. Brooke is a quadruple threat, ready to take on whatever the industry has to throw her way and we can’t wait to see what is in store for her next!
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