Written by Lauren Rosier
After 12 months of staying indoors and maintaining social distancing, LA-based, alt-pop artist, Grady, is done playing games and looking for a real connection on his new track, “All In,” out now via TMWRK Records.
“You hear all the time, ‘Don’t double text, don’t simp, don’t be thirsty.’ ‘All In’ is the opposite of all those new rules, it’s just – “fuck it, I like you, I’m all in,” says Grady.
The infectious single was fully written and produced by the artist, and mixed and mastered by Diego Ferrera, is the opposite of hookup culture and is a refreshing reminder about the ridiculousness and craziness of the unwritten laws of dating.
“It’s a song about that moment you know in your heart that you want to take a relationship with someone to the next level,” he notes, “Love makes people do silly things, but if you really feel it, sometimes you just don’t care how silly you make yourself look.”
“All In” is your ultimate summer, pre-game anthem. “I think the summer of 2021 is going to be the summer of unbridled love, with the world (hopefully) opening back up, and people yearning to see each other again in person,” Grady reflects, “I just want to make music that makes people feel happy and optimistic for the future.”
Grady is authentically himself. He was influenced by Beck at a young age, resulting in a dynamic storyteller, which has resonated with fans very well with 40 million streams and counting. He is featured on multiple playlists on Spotify including the US viral charts, New Music Friday, Bedroom Pop, Indie Pop, and more. In just two years, Grady has solidified himself as a rising star.
His songs are another page from his audiovisual diary that is centered around his journey “playing it cool to fearing commitment to genuinely searching for love.” Grady is one to watch for 2021, trust me.
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