Multi-platinum selling recording artist Gavin DeGraw announces that his highly-anticipated fourth studio album, Make A Move, is set for release on October 15th via RCA Records. The album is available for pre-order on iTunes, Amazon and GavinDeGraw.com and fans who pre-order the album will receive a free download of a brand new track entitled “Who’s Gonna Save Us.” DeGraw recently released a video for the album’s first single “Best I Ever Had,” directed by acclaimed lens man Shane Drake.
Recorded mainly in Los Angeles, Make A Move reunites DeGraw with multi-platinum producer Butch Walker (Fall Out Boy, Taylor Swift, P!nk) and multi-platinum, Grammy award-winning producer and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, who co-wrote the smash double-platinum single “Not Over You” with DeGraw, from DeGraw’s acclaimed 2011 studio release Sweeter. Other A-list producers on the album include Busbee (Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson, P!nk), Martin Johnson (Avril Lavigne, Jason Derulo, Boys Like Girls), Benny Blanco (Bruno Mars, Keith Urban, Maroon 5) and Kevin Rudolf (Justin Timberlake, The Black-Eyed Peas, Nelly Furtado).
The album’s first single “Best I Ever Had,” has already garnered rave reviews and is climbing up the charts. In a recent Billboard feature, the song was hailed as “a refreshingly rhythmic return for a singer who benefits from a change of pace.” Other tracks on the album include “Finest Hour,” co-written with Ryan Tedder, the compelling and powerful “Everything Will Change,” and title track “Make A Move.”
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