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13 JANUARY 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Emmy Award winner and acclaimed multi-platinum singer/songwriter Andy Grammer today released his brand-new song “These Tears” via Giant Soul/S-Curve/Hollywood Records/Universal Music Canada. Written by Grammer alongside Jake Torrey and Tone, “These Tears” chronicles the trials and tribulations of loss and gives fans another taste of Grammer’s emotional yet uplifting storytelling. Listen to the song HERE.


“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,” said 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.”


These tears mean

I’m letting you go

I’m learning how to be alone

I’m broken but give it time

I’m gonna be alright


The official music video for “These Tears” was also released today and can be viewed HERE. The video, directed by Cooper Davidson, features Grammer visiting a childhood home which floods him with memories of his late mother. Memories after losing a loved one are hard but letting go of the pain will help you embrace a new, hopeful future.



Inspiring fans around the world, Grammer has over 3B global streams under his belt and a social media footprint of over 4M followers. He most recently performed on national television at the 100th National Christmas Tree Lighting in Washington, D.C., and at the 24th Annual A Home for the Holidays at The Grove, both broadcast on CBS last month.


Last year, Grammer also performed at the 2022 Carousel of Hope Ball in support of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation. He was also recognized by Claire’s Place Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Support (‘Clarity Impact Award’) and by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (‘Defender of Potential’ Award) for the incredible impact his work and generosity have made in the world. He is an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken at high-profile events including Mental Health America’s 2022 Annual Conference as the keynote speaker as well as the Indianapolis Colts’ “Beyond the Sidelines” benefitting Kicking the Stigma. In addition, he appeared on an episode of To Write Love On Her Arm’s podcast for Mental Health Day and occasionally appears as a guest host on the popular Man Enough podcast.


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About Andy Grammer:

Multi-platinum artist Andy Grammer continues to energize, empower, and bring together audiences around the world with his uplifting and honest pop anthems. His observations and affirmations pick people back up when they need it, affirm their potential, and encourage them to keep going. Grammer was even named the #1 "Happy" Streaming artist globally. His catalog consists of numerous hits, including the quadruple-platinum single “Honey, I’m Good;” the platinum singles “Keep Your Head Up,” “Fine By Me,” “Don’t Give Up On Me,” “Fresh Eyes,” and “Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah);” the gold single “I Found You;” and the gold albums Andy Grammer (2011) and Magazines Or Novels (2014). He has generated billions of streams and lent his music to films such as Five Feet Apart. When “Don’t Give Up On Me” became the soundtrack for ESPN’s 13th annual V Week for Cancer Research, he garnered a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Music Direction and a Clio Award. Most recently, Grammer released his feel-good song “Good Company” which is the theme for CBS’ The Talk. He has also released fan-favorite tracks including “Saved My Life,” “Lease On Life,” “Damn It Feels Good To Be Me,” “Love Myself,” “Good Man (First Love),” “Joy” and “The Wrong Party” with Fitz and the Tantrums. The latter two inspired the names of his packed 2022 Art of Joy Tour and The Wrong Party Tour with Fitz and the Tantrums. Throughout 2022, he has also performed on some of the largest stages including PBS’ A Capitol Fourth, the White House 4th of July event with President Joe Biden, the Air Force 75th Anniversary Tattoo, and more.