Gryffin shares the fourth single off his forthcoming debut album
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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