LISTEN: Andy Grammer Releases New Song “These Tears”

Grammer also released an accompanying music video for “These Tears,” directed by Cooper Davidson.

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Posted on January 31, 2023

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Multi-platinum artist Andy Grammer recently shared his emotional new track, “These Tears,” via Giant Soul/ S-Curve/Hollywood Records.

Penned by Grammer with Jake Torrey and Tone, the somber single shares the trials and tribulations one faces when undergoing loss, giving listeners yet another taste of the Emmy award winner’s moving yet uplifting storytelling. 

“These tears mean I’m lettin’ you go/ I’m learnin’ how to be alone/ I’m broken, but give it time/ I’m gone be alright/ These tears mean it’s settlin’ in/ That I’m not gone see you again/ ‘Til one day in another life/ But I’m gone be al, I’m gone be alright/ I been missing you tonight/ I’ll be missing you tomorrow/ It’s the hardest pill to swallow/ But I’m starting to get it down/ I try to think of all the times/ I thought I wouldn’t make it through/ But somehow I always do/ And I do the same for you,” sings Grammer in his heartfelt new track.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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“Letting go…is hard work. I actually thrive with most kinds of hard work. Tell me how many miles to run, I’ll do it. Tell me how many songs I have to write to chase excellence, I’ll crush it. Hard work and achievement have always been my comfort zone,” shared Grammer. “But letting go isn’t something you can achieve, crush or master. It’s more of a slow burn, an acceptance, a daily release in small doses. If you are letting something or someone go at the moment, I feel you, I’m with you, I wrote this song for you.”

Grammer also released an accompanying music video for “These Tears,” directed by Cooper Davidson. The video follows Grammer as he visits a childhood home that sparks an influx of memories of his late mother. While remembering times with a lost one are very difficult, letting go of that pain can help begin the process of embarking on a new and hopeful future.

Watch the official music video for “These Tears” below.

With more than three billion global streams to his name, Grammer has inspired fans across the world with his musical talent and songwriting. The singer wrapped up 2022 with special performances in Washington, D.C. at the 100th National Christmas Tree Lighting and at The Grove for the 24th Annual A Home for the Holidays.

In addition to his wildly successful career in entertainment, Grammer has also been recognized for his contributions to various organizations and mental health causes. He was awarded the Clarity Impact Award by Claire’s Place Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Support and the Defender of Potential Award by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America for his work and generosity. As an advocate for mental health awareness, Grammer was the keynote speaker at Mental Health America’s 2022 Annual Conference and spoke at the Indianapolis Colts’ “Beyond the Sidelines” benefitting Kicking the Stigma. He also made an appearance on the To Write Love On Her Arm podcast to highlight Mental Health Day.

Fans can look forward to hearing new music from Grammer with his forthcoming album, due later in 2023.

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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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