Greyson Chance Premieres New Song “Low”
- American singer-songwriter Greyson Chance has released a new song “Low”. The song was premiered exclusively on Billboard.
A lyric video, directed by Sarah Parker and edited by Timo Helgert, was unveiled on December 7.
The track was written over the summer in Los Angeles.
About the song, 20-year-old singer said;
“Low is the most personal song I have ever written. I think an overall summary of the song’s meaning can be found within the lyric, ‘I think I’m ready to hear I love you’. Even at my mere twenty-years, I have noticed a tendency within myself to continuously runaway from relationships; when it seems as if a relationship is beginning to solidify itself, I have an inherent instinct to leave."
Greyson Chance continued;
"This song is about my recognition of that tendency, in addition to the emptiness that I felt when I made such realization. Low is a reflection of the hearts that I have broken and how, even though I might have appeared “unaffected” by certain breakups at the time, a resounding impact was left on me days, weeks, months, and years after the initial ending. Yet, the mentioned lyric above provides some hope; for though I fucked up, and fucked up a lot, I now find myself within a position where I feel ready to be loved and to love someone back.”
- Greyson Chance is known for his performance of Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" at a sixth-grade music festival at he was 13. His performance video on YouTube gained over 60 million views and an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show shortly afterward.
In 2011, he released a debut album "Hold On 'til the Night". Followed by a debut EP "Truth Be Told, Part 1" was released in 2012.
His sophomore EP "Somewhere Over My Head" was released in 2016.
- source : Billboard