“Brea Fournier is a charmingly fresh musical voice whose bubbly attitude and go-girl demeanor underscore a whimsical maturity and intoxicatingly vivacious sing-along magneticism. ”
-Shane Adams, songwriter and producer
"...reminds me of powerful 80s female vocalists...like Pat Benetar and Belinda Carlisle..."
-Frankie Corrigan, 97.1 zHt
“Brea Fournier is a charmingly fresh musical voice whose bubbly attitude and go-girl demeanor underscore a whimsical maturity and intoxicatingly vivacious sing-along magnetism," says Grammy nominee Shane Adams.
Born in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah, Brea Fournier's songs are alive with the energy of New York City's twentysomethings. A classically trained former musical theatre kid, Fournier's music is born of the strong melodies and camp of this background, crossbred with a punk-rock aesthetic she picked up in her angsty teenage years. Fournier's songs are unapologetically feminine, upbeat, and deeply emotional, drawing influence from artists and bands like Paramore and Green Day, as well as 80s acts like Cyndi Lauper, the GoGos, and Blondie.
In August of 2022, Fournier began recording her debut feminist rock opera concept album Manic Pixie Dream Girl! with music producer Barb Morrison (Franz Ferdinand/Blondie). The album's material will serve as basis for the upcoming staged theatrical performance and musical feature film of the same name. A graduate of the renowned Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Fournier started the band project Brea Fournier & the Dream Ballet, and the group performs regularly around New York City.