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GREYSON CHANCE Releases “Good As Gold” Today Via Lowly

20-year-old singer/songwriter/instrumentalist GREYSON CHANCE releasesGood As Gold” today (6/8) via Lowly. It’s a compelling modern singer-songwriter pop song with deeply emotional vocals, a soaring melody, and lyrics that underline GREYSON‘s personal evolution. Listen to the single–taken from his upcoming EP that’s due out later this summer–here: https://GreysonChance.lnk.to/goodasgold.

“‘Good As Gold’ is very, very close to me,” CHANCE notes. “I’m telling myself, ‘You’re good as gold. You can do this.’ It’s about a lot of things but mainly it symbolizes how I’ve grown and how far I’ve come.”

GREYSON‘s previous single “Low” found huge streaming success, racking up over 8.5 million streams between Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.“Low” was on 16 New Music Friday lists across the world including the U.S. which has 2.6 MM followers. It was also featured on 100+ playlists on Spotify. Listen to “Low” via Spotify here.

“Low” and “Good As Gold” will both appear on GREYSON‘s upcoming EP summer (exact release date TBA). The EP stems from years of reflection. Life-changing choices had to be made to bring him to this point. Perhaps even more courageously, he escaped the mixed blessings of celebrity, moved back to his home state of Oklahoma and enrolled at the University of Tulsa. For a full bio on GREYSON CHANCE, read here:

https://GreysonChance.lnk.to/goodasgold.

GREYSON just finished shooting the accompanying video for “Good as Gold” in South Dakota this week. Here’s a BTS look at the video.

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