Gryffin releases a new single —“Love in Ruins”—today via all digital service providers. The track features London singer-songwriter Sinead Harnett, who has also featured on tracks by Disclosure, Rudimental, and Snakehips. Listen at the links below:
“Love in Ruins” comes with the announcement of Gryffin’s debut EP, due this fall on Darkroom / Geffen Records, and follows his previous smash single “Feel Good” with Illenium and featuring Daya. Described by Billboard as “melodic ear candy,” “Feel Good” has racked up more than 41 million Spotify plays since its release in March. Watch the official video here.
Los Angeles-based artist and producer Gryffin will headline New York City’s Terminal 5 on October 21st. Chicago’s Autograf (DJ set), and other special guests will provide support.Tickets are on sale now.
Gryffin will perform at this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago on August 3rd.
Drawing equally from his edgy ingenuity as a producer and his carefully honed musicality as a longtime guitarist and classically trained pianist, Gryffin became known last year for two heavy-hitting singles that showcased his deeply melodic take on dance music. “Heading Home” (feat. Josef Salvat) shot to #1 on Spotify’s US and Global Viral charts, while “Whole Heart” (a collaboration with Bipolar Sunshine) hit #2 on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. Gryffin is also known for turning out several of the biggest remixes in recent years, including his reworkings of Tove Lo’s “Talking Body,”CHVRCHES’ “Clearest Blue,” and Years & Years’ “Desire.”