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Acclaimed producer Gryffin continues his string of euphoric club anthems with “Forever” with pop star Elley Duhé via Darkroom/Interscope Records. The release marks the second time the powerhouse duo has collaborated, the first being 2019’s “Tie Me Down”, one of Gryffin’s biggest songs to date. “Forever” is the latest single from Gryffin’s forthcoming sophomore album, Alive, after recent bangers “Scandalous” featuring Tinashe and “Colors,” a collaboration with Eyelar and Blanke.
Polished and pristine, “Forever” is a danceable meditation on the frailty of life — and the need to live in the moment. “I run the red lights just to see how it feels, waving my hands high,” Duhé belts over Gryffin’s ethereal synths. “Not even touching the wheel, take in the moonlight and the heaven I feel goes on forever and ever and ever.” It’s a heartfelt, nuanced dance track that is quickly becoming the producer’s trademark.
As with the previous singles from Alive, “Forever” boasts multi-layered production with complex arrangements and ambitious hooks that straddle the pop or dance worlds. It also delivers a poignant message, delivered with real emotion by “Middle of the Night” hitmaker Duhé. A master of collaboration, “Forever” is just one of 15 on Alive, which drops November 4th.
Gryffin recently performed a sold out show at Denver’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre and will celebrate the release of Alive with another sold out show at L.A.’s State Historic Park, his two largest headlining shows to date. Next, he will finish out this run of tour dates with stops in Dallas, Texas and Washington, DC.