Gryffin unleashes first full-length concert film at The Shrine [WATCH]
Gryffin (Dan Griffith) has been a chart-topper since his 2016 debut single, “Heading Home,” and has been on a steady rise to the top ever since. His first album, Gravity, was a massive success, featuring collaborations with star-powered EDM players such as Illenium, Seven Lions, Slander, and Gorgon City. As a special treat to his fanbase, Griffith recently released a full-length recording of his Gravity tour stop at The Shrine in Los Angeles, filmed over two sold-out nights.
The performance marks the first time Gryffin has released a full-blown set recording, and the footage is both beautifully shot and sutured together. The lasers, visuals, and guest vocalist appearances are sure to transport fans right into the crowded concert venue for a perfect escape from reality. With top singles like “All You Need to Know,” “OMG,” and “Feel Good,” the one-hour set works as both a way to revisit an iconic tour and serves as a great introduction to Gryffin for new fans.
The San Fransisco native’s melodic, feels-inducing style is just what the doctor ordered for purging negativity, embracing catharsis, and dancing the night away. Watch the full set below.
Featured photo: Brandon Johnson.
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