Grabbitz Full-Length Debut Album 'Things Change' Out Now

Grabbitz Full-Length Debut Album 'Things Change' Out Now

Today (May 19), Buffalo-born and Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and producer GRABBITZ unleashes his full-length debut album THINGS CHANGE in stores and at all digital retailers via West Blood Records. It's available HERE.

The record represents a full realization of his patented post-EDM millennial rock style. Like a nineties Lollapalooza festival bill come to life on one body of work, he architects a musical mosaic of electronic energy, rock instrumentation, pop infectiousness and even a little hip-hop-inspired attitude. That sound is on clear display in the likes of
A swirling and swinging mélange of genres, the track opens up the gateway into the aptly titled THINGS CHANGE. From there, the tracklisting trots from"Pretty Little Melody" to the ponderous "Love Like That (Let You Down)"and concludes with an emotional finale during "What I'm Going Thru."
Maintaining an independent approach both creatively and behind-the-scenes,GRABBITZ releases the album through his own West Blood Records-named for the street of his childhood home back in Buffalo, NY.
To support THINGS CHANGE, look for GRABBITZ to hit the road this summer and fall for a string of dates accompanied by a full band. For a taste of his magnetic and charismatic performances, watch this Billboard Live acoustic setHERE.
GRABBITZ remains an audio renaissance man. His voice has notably powered the deadmau5 hit "Let Go," which cracked over 12 million YouTube views.
Now, THINGS CHANGE illuminates every revolutionary side of this sonic visionary.
Get THINGS CHANGE here: smarturl.it/ThingsChangeGR
Full track listing for THINGS CHANGE:
1. Follow Me
2. Don't Let Me Go
3. i think that i might be going crazy
4. Play This Game
5. Break Me Down
6. Pretty Little Melody
7. Love Like That (Let You Down)
8. Hold Steady (Better Days)
9. Things Change
10. I Shouldn't Mind
11. A Tragic Interlude
12. What I'm Going Thru
With over 20 million Spotify streams on his catalogue overall, GRABBITZ (aka Nick Chiari) combines elements of pop, rock, and hip-hop-all of which are being glued together by a rhythmic, electronic heartbeat. The debut GRABBITZ album Things Change is an alchemic and visceral reaction to the loss of the most important person in his life, a trip into the belly of the beast on his personal hero's journey. He's the sort of artist who's creating all the time, so the temptation to stay in the woods of his native Buffalo in western New York and make music just for himself was great. GRABBITZ-who calls downtown Los Angeles home-made the choice to "Play This Game." You can hear his frustration in the grindy guitar riff and fat bassline that opens the track and his desperation to cling to love of any sort on the hybrid pulsating drumstep ballad "Don't Let Me Go." He finally loosens his grip on reality and surrenders to the certainty of a pop progression on "i think that i might be going crazy" - and those are just the first few songs of his twelve track album. It's a good thing music is therapy for GRABBITZ because he's responsible for every single aspect of his songs, from writing to production to performance. He's probably the only artist to ever be compared to both Trent Reznor and Eminem in the same breath (by Billboard). Meanwhile, GRABBITZ is featured on deadmau5's hit single "Let Go," which has over 12 million Youtube views and reached #11 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Chart. Keep a look out for GRABBITZ this summer as he will be debuting his live show which will highlight his talents as a performer.
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