Singer, songwriter and recording artist Greyson Chance has released his highly anticipated new single “shut up” today via all streaming and digital platforms. Released via AWAL, the new single follows a slew of recordings Chance has released over the course of the last year, including well-received singles “Low” and “Good As Gold.” An official music video for “shut up” also released today through VEVO and can be viewed HERE.
“shut up” will be included on Chance’s long-awaited forthcoming new studio album titled portraits, set to release through AWAL early March. A 16-city North American tour in support of the new music will kick off February 22nd in Washington D.C. and will hit a number of major cities including New York, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. Tickets for all dates are on-sale now. For further ticket purchase information, please visit http://greysonchance-blog.tumblr.com/.
A native of Edmond, Oklahoma, Greyson Chance came into the national spotlight in 2010, after an unforgettable performance of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” was viewed by over 60 million people on YouTube. What followed was a plethora of national television appearances, world tours and a debut album release “Hold On ‘Til The Night” in 2011. In 2012, Chance released his EP Truth Be Told, Part 1 which included single “Sunshine & City Lights,” followed by 2016’s EP release Somewhere Over My Head, including single “Back on the Wall.” Greyson came out publically as gay in 2017 and credits his family for making it a loving experience. An outspoken advocate for those who aren’t as fortunate to have a positive experience, Greyson uses his platform to be a resource and champion for others in the LGBTQ community.
“shut up” is available now at all digital and streaming platforms. Get the single HERE.
Greyson Chance Tour Dates:
February 22 – Washington, DC – DC9
February 23 – Atlanta – Masquerade Purgatory
March 1 – New York – Gramercy Theatre
March 2 – Toronto – The Drake Hotel
March 3 – Toronto – The Drake Hotel
March 9 – Tulsa – The Vanguard
March 10 – Dallas – Three Links
March 14 – Austin – The Palm Door on Sixth
March 15 – San Francisco – Café Du Nord
March 16 – Los Angeles – The Roxy
March 21 – Pittsburgh – Hard Rock Café
March 22 – Philadelphia – The Fillmore
March 23 – Boston – Sonia Live Music Venue
April 5 – Chicago – Lincoln Hall
April 7 – Denver – Lost Lake
July 11 – Seattle – Neumos