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Zedd’s Proteges Grey Make Their Live Debut in South Padre

Coming onto the scene in 2015 with their remix of Jack Ü’s “Where Are Ü Now,” American duo Grey has seen an unparalleled rise to success recently, due in part to the guidance of their mentor and frequent collaborator Zedd.

Comprised of brothers Kyle Trewartha and Michael Trewartha, Grey has quickly become one of the hottest up and coming artist in electronic music seeing massive success with the release of their first official single “Starving” the collaboration with singer Hailee Steinfeld and Zedd, the song has gone platinum in 7 countries and peaked at #5 on the US pop charts.

So far in 2017, Grey has shown they’re ready to capitalize on their recent success putting out a string of high profile remixes for the likes of Lukas Graham, Mike Posner, and Andy Grammer as well as the release of their own single “I Miss You” featuring Bahari. With so much new music already this year and a debut EP currently in the works there’s no doubt the duo is keeping busy and have just completed another first for their young careers.

Last Saturday at UME South Padre; the duo played their first ever show and brought something unexpected to the festival, rather than performing with the standard CDJ set up, Grey showcased their talents with the additions of live guitar and piano, delivering an unforgettable performance only hours before the festival was closed out by none other than Zedd himself. That’s not all though, in a recent Reddit AMA the duo said that they’re currently working on their live show concept and that fans can expect to see more tour dates announced in the near future. With everything the brothers have in the works there’s certainly no shortage of reasons for Grey fans to be excited for the coming months.

Cover photo courtesy of Rukes.com