Andy Grammer Confirms Self-Titled Debut Album for June Release



Andy Grammer

From playing for change as a street performer on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica to a Top Twenty radio hit, Andy Grammer is poised to break out in a big way this summer with the June release of his self-titled debut album on S-Curve Records. Anchored by the incredibly catchy single

“Keep Your Head Up,” which has already raced up the Hot A/C chart to #19, the album features 11 tracks written by Grammer and produced by S*A*M & Sluggo (Train, Neon Trees), Matt Wallace (Maroon 5), Barrett Yeretsian (Christina Perri), and others.

Fans can get an early preview April 12 when Grammer releases a self-titled EP featuring four songs from the album: “Keep Your Head Up,” “Ladies,” “Miss Me,” and “Fine By Me.”

Grammer’s brand of breezy, R&B inspired pop is infectiously optimistic, chock full of instantly memorable hooks and explosive choruses. From the playful shuffle of “Lunatic” to the slow-burn of “You Should Know Better,” Grammer’s debut reveals him to be a melodically sophisticated songwriter and arranger, equally gifted on the guitar as he is on the piano.

Named a 2011 Artist To Watch in both the NY Post and Billboard Magazine, Grammer is currently riding high on the success of “Keep Your Head Up,’ which he recently performed on The Rachael Ray Show. The single has already made the rounds online thanks to a groundbreaking music video featuring some mind-blowing interactive technology that has been described as “genius” (Mashable), “engaging as hell” (TechCrunch) and “brilliant” (WSJ). Just last month it earned Andy a center spot on Entertainment Weekly’s Bullseye page. See the video here:

Grammer released an extremely popular interactive video on Vevo several weeks ago, featuring his hit “Keep Your Head Up”.

Grammer is currently on tour with pop-rockers Plain White T’s. Go here for tour dates: Headlining dates will be announced soon.

‘Andy Grammer’ Tracklisting:*
Keep Your Head Up
The Pocket
You Should Know Better
Miss Me
Fine By Me
Build Me A Girl
Let You Go (Love Love Love)
Biggest Man in LA

*Final tracklisting may change

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