Video features Elley Duhe

Fresh on the heels of his sophomore album Alive, Gryffin unveils the official music video for hit record “Forever” with Elley Duhé. The cinematic visual amplifies the song’s urge to live in the moment and appreciate the frailty of life through nostalgia-provoking vignettes. From backyard bonfires to late night drives, both Duhé and Gryffin exude a youthful energy that builds in time with the song. “Forever” is the second time the powerhouse duo has collaborated, following 2019’s “Tie Me Down,” one of Gryffin’s most iconic songs to date.

With his debut album Gravity, Gryffin displayed an uncanny ability to craft emotionally nuanced electronic anthems that soar to delirious heights and immediately get lodged in your brain. Now, with Alive, he has further perfected his dazzling brand of club music, composing elaborate arrangements that are poised, urgent and addictive. The album kicks off with the anthemic title track featuring Calle Lehmann, a pop-tinged house record destined for countless spins in clubs across the world. Other highlights include the Tinashe-assisted “Scandalous” — a dynamic collaboration that showcases Gryffin’s mastery of dance anthems — and his most recent release “Forever” featuring Elley Duhé, a soaring house track brimming with ambition and optimism. With more new songs featuring guest spots from salem ilese on “Glitch In The Simulation” and Matt Maeson on “Lose Your Love” Gryffin’s sophomore effort has made him synonymous with dance-music excellence.

With over 60,000 tickets already sold on his massively successful US tour, Gryffin celebrated last week’s release with his largest headlining show to-date selling out LA State Historic Park. The multi-platinum producer also recently performed a sold out show at Denver’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre, as well as the iconic Brooklyn Mirage. Coming up, he’ll finish out this run of dates with stops in Dallas, Texas and Washington, DC.