"Cry Like a Girl" is an inspiring track where Moriber explores self-worth and female empowerment in every sense of the word. In the video, directed by Elizabeth Lippman (3 Dog Pack Pictures) the rising star delivers the rawest of emotions as she shreds herself of the pain that comes from heartbreak over a lush guitar-driven instrumentation. She bares it all by showing her vulnerability and being an example for women in similar situations all over the world that they too can overcome emotional hurt.
New York City singer/songwriter Brooke Moriber unveils the visual presentation in support of the title track of her debut album, "Cry Like a Girl."
Her project Cry Like A Girl which is produced by Fred Mollin (Sheryl Crow), includes empowering tracks such as "The Last Goodbye" and "It Doesn't Hurt." Moriber says, "Itʼs a statement about the strength that comes from embracing your emotions and allowing yourself to heal and grow. The making of this album was a journey of self-discovery for me".