Brett Benowitz was born in Newport Beach California and grew up listening to his mom sing Patsy Cline and Bob Dylan on the piano, while his dad would play artists like The Doors and The Grateful Dead on the radio. 

It didn’t take long for Benowitz to take up music for himself, as he began singing and playing piano at 7 years old, before ultimately finding a guitar at 13 years old. However, he wasn’t until he was 20 years old and studying abroad in Israel (where he would routinely perform original songs in bars/clubs) to make music his main purpose in life.

2010 came and saw his debut, self-titled album, which was dedicated to the loving memory of his grandmother, Betty Benowitz. Following his college graduation, he moved to New York City and played guitar and bass in the blues-influenced band Sham. Following the release of two albums, he left and went back to strictly being a solo artist.

2016 saw Benowitz release his self produced EP, One, and toured throughout the south — and follows that up with his 2017 album, Burn to Glow.

Now, Benowitz has released a brand new single called “Make It Right” that is here to show off his most refined sound yet. Recorded with producer Jonny Fung, the track delicately puts together funk, soul, blues, and rock.

Below we have the exclusive premiere of the new music video, filmed by Bryan Berrios. The majority of it was filmed in one complete take in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with the final scene taking place at Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg.

“‘Make it Right’ is about taking charge of your life. Instead of letting failures set you back, learn and grow from them then get back in the fight stronger than you were before. In this way, the downfalls become blessings necessary for your development. Nothing can be wrong when you make it right,” explains Benowitz himself.