The Grand Mess With His Outstanding Track "We Can't Move to LA"

The Grand Mess is a Canadian Singer, Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer living in Brooklyn. He began making music at age 18 studying jazz piano and voice before moving to electronic music a few years later. He first received recognition for his 2016 single “lightyears”. During his career, he has collaborated with artists including Sara Diamond, Michael Blume and has contributed production and songwriting work to artists including Jeffrey Eli, LA duo FINKEL, Oren Major. He also composed the original music for the 2020 Milk Makeup campaign which featured 070 Shake, Mereba and Charlotte Lawrence. Following the release of his newest single "We Can't Move to LA" he projects a very outstanding track that will surely captivate your ears. Starting the track with a soothing beat leading onto his sweet and luscious vocals he completes the track entirely. To the vocals and production this track will truly take you into a nostalgic atmosphere and a zone of calm. To explain the track further it's about exploring the deification and artificial appeal of big cities like Los Angeles, especially for artists. It explores how LA is seen as a promised land where people go to find success but instead find more of the same thing they were trying to get away from. The track would be perfect for a late night drive or just being alone within your thoughts. Go stream "We Can't Move to LA" and check out his discography which is filled with astounding tracks.