|(Los Angeles, CA – July 17, 2020) — Following a slew of new music releases this year – including a remix from legendary drummer Travis Barker for his hit “Tati” – indie singer-songwriter Gavin Haley debuts his latest single, “idk where i’m at rn.” The release is the latest off Haley’s forthcoming project, due out later this year.
Out now via Red Bull Records, the emotionally charged single taps into the all-too-familiar feelings of uncertainty and disconnect in a relationship. Lamenting on his own fears and anxieties, “idk where i’m at rn” is a relatable showcase of vulnerability and doubt, translated through Haley’s nimble lyricism and melodic production.
The release of “idk where i’m at rn” also comes with the unveiling of its surreal music video. Directed by Jared Asher Harris and premiered by Alternative Press, the dreamlike visual shows Haley with his head in the clouds – literally – as he floats wistfully through the sky, traveling through cities, country highways, and raining avocados.
About Gavin Haley
Throughout an often-unbelievable journey, Gavin Haley gained experience, wisdom, and truth from every trial, tribulation, and triumph and applied it all to his music. The trip brought the Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from competitive athletics and health struggles through various relationships and understanding his unconventional upbringing, split between homeschooling and churchgoing in Louisville, Kentucky.
Along the way, he fashioned an irresistible alternative pop sound with a hip-hop undercurrent offset by acoustic guitar and confessional lyrics. It immediately resonated on singles such as “Jet Lag” and “Show Me,” as well as his 2019 debut EP Long Game via Red Bull Records. As he racked up over 25 million total streams in just two years, “Jet Lag” cracked 10 million and “The Way I Am” featuring Ella Vos exceeded 14 million, with the latter receiving rotations on SiriusXM’s The Pulse. In addition to acclaim from Ones To Watch, Billboard, and Alternative Press, Variance Magazine described Long Game best as “the feel-good music you need.”