Stripped Down Electro Pop from Los Angeles for Fans of Death Cab for Cutie. - gnash: leave

Documents the moment between two people when love, by itself, is not enough.

Stripped Down Electro Pop from Los Angeles for Fans of Death Cab for Cutie. - gnash: leave

Multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and producer gnash has made quite the name for himself with a string of successful releases in the indie-pop realm. His gently confrontational, honest-to-a-fault new release "leave" was co-produced alongside the Ricky Reed-signed, multi-platinum artist Imad Royal.

gnash stepped into the spotlight in 2016 with his 5-time platinum breakthrough hit "i hate u, i love u," which spent an impressive 39 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart, and since then has racked up over 2 billion streams and 500 million YouTube views. gnash's direct style of self-expression resonates with listeners everywhere, and he has built a dedicated fanbase of dreamers that connect their own experiences to his open-hearted and emotional brand of electro pop. With a simple combination of electric piano, bass, and guitar, gnash exposes the raw fragility and willing self-incrimination of a complicated relationship. Even as he is ready to do whatever it takes to make it work, he takes responsibility for his own erratic behavior. "leave" documents the moment between two people when love, by itself, is not enough.

gnash has performed on The TODAY Show and Late Night with Seth Meyers, and has garnered high-profile features in VOGUE, Billboard, The New York Times, and more. This song is featured on our Rainy Day playlist.

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