RISING GRUNGE-POP ARTIST 44phantom RELEASES CAUTIONARY TRACK “DON’T FALL”
rising grunge-pop artist 44phantom releases cautionary track
Today, rising grunge-pop artist 44phantom has released his brand new song “don’t fall” – listen here. The moody yet honest song serves as a warning to 44’s potential love interests that they might want to think twice before falling for him. The dimly-lit video features 44phantom rocking out to the song and pleading to the viewer to do anything but fall for him – watch here.
Last month 44phantom released his first building ep of the year, die sometime, via Records / Columbia records. The ep features fan-favorite tracks “gray!” and “freak” – listen to the entire die sometime ep here.
Crafting his unique signature style that has resonated with listeners since his 2019 breakout sleeper hit “break your heart,” 44phantom treats his music like a mood ring, showing off exactly how he feels at any moment. With an ep under his belt and the release of several fan favorite tracks such as “poison,” and “all figured out,” 44phantom has garnered over 300k monthly listeners on Spotify.
Oklahoma-born and now La-based by way of Seattle and Nashville, 44phantom quietly generated over 2 million total streams independently and sparked buzz among a growing fanbase before signing with records / columbia records earlier this year. Developing a passion for music at a young age, 44phantom watched his cousins perform in a popular local band, which lead him to pen his first song at eight-years-old. Inspired by everyone from Kurt Cobain, Carrie Underwood, and Bob Dylan to Lil Wayne and Drake, 44phantom embraces rock influences and deep storytelling while detailing his journey from a small town to the doorstep of stardom. Adopting his name to honor his late second cousin and carry on his family’s serendipitous connection to the number 44, Brayton Mathews is 44phantom.
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