Two years after he made a sizable splash in the EDM world, Gryffin has finally revealed plans to release a debut album. The news isn't all he's shared with his fans, either. To commemorate the announcement, he's delivered the lead single from the effort, "Remember" featuring ZOHARA.
Gryffin’s effervescent and vaguely tropical brand of house shines through in “Remember.” ZOHARA’s radio-ready vocal reinforces the single’s melancholic chord progression, counterbalanced by gravelly plucks on the low end.
Speaking on the single, Gryffin (real name Dan Griffith) said:
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"When I heard the original demo of 'Remember,' I immediately thought it'd be cool to flip it into a house record. Last year, I did a remix for Snakehips that had this metallic sound to it and knew that it would work perfectly with ZOHARA's voice. I’m very excited for people to hear the rest of the music on the album."
After racking up over 100 million streams on remixes, Griffith released a debut original single titled “Heading Home” featuring Josef Salvat in 2016. Since then, he’s teamed up with the likes of Bipolar Sunshine and Elley Duhé in addition to collaborations with such producers as Manila Killa.
Gryffin has not revealed a title, release date or tracklist for his upcoming debut album at the time of writing.