It’s been two years since Gryffin made his smashing debut with singles like “Heading Home” and remixes of Tove Lo and Maroon 5. A classically trained pianist and early years guitar player, the NYC-based artist’s live show is an ascendent one-man show that showcases his predilection for the melodic.

Despite making his countless rounds on the festival circuit all year,¬†Gryffin still remains disciplined in the studio. Recently, he’s revealed intentions to release a two-part EP project. In further anticipation of its impending part one release, he’s unveiled yet another single from the album, titled “Remember.”

Featuring the soaring vocals of Isreali singer/songtress ZOHARA, the track is a bouncy dance/pop crossover ballad straddling the lines between tropical house and future bass. If the track is a sign of the touches Gryffin puts on his highly-anticipated project, then we’re tracking the days until he announces an official release date.

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Written by Ryan Morse

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