Brendan Croskerry is a Canadian singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Halifax, Nova Scotia. “Superman is on Holidays”, his first commercial release, was featured on the international selling compilation albums Disco Estrella in 2007, and Supermodelo 2007. Both compilations reached number 1 in Spain, enduring a total of 8 weeks in the number 1 spot. In 2008 he released his debut album Goodbye Harrier. The album was produced by Paulino Lorenzo, Michel Andrés, and Leroy Quintyn of the independent Spanish label Contactados Factoría Musical. He shared the stage with the Spanish artist Quique Gonzalez at the 2008 Actual Festival in Spain. He also performed at the 2008 Popkomm Festival, in Germany. In 2009, Croskerry embarked on a 12-date tour of Germany with Paul Carrack, an English singer more commonly known for being a member of Ace, Squeeze, Mike + The Mechanics, and Roxy Music. An instrumental version of "Radio Love Song" from the album Passing Trains was featured in the Land Rover Freelander 2 television commercial. In 2012, Croskerry returned to Canada to pursue his music in the country he started in. He joined Toronto based marketing agency Ossington Creative as head composer and musical consultant for creative-commercial video and radio work. He performed at the 2013 North by North East music festival and was listed one of the "Best of the Fest" by The Huffington Post Canada.