Grieves is ‘Running Wild’ On His First Album In Three Years

blame it on Shake August 24, 2017

It’s been three years since Grieves released his Winter And The Wolves album. And let’s just say, the Seattle artist has grown quite a bit since.

Resurfacing with his new album, Running Wild, Grieves takes on a more modernized sound that is lush and intoxicating, pairing punchy drums with thick layers of synths and warm bass lines, and penning verses that range from vulnerable and confessional to carefree.

Led by “Rx,” which took a deep dive into mental health, the 15-track offering was recorded in Seattle and Stockholm alongside Swedish producer Chords. Balancing his dueling impulses to have a good time while staying true to himself, Grieves shares his most complete work to date; with a little help from Paris Alexa, DymeDef‘s Fearce Vill, and Davey Jones.

Press play on an early stream below and pick up Running Wild on your preferred platform.

  1. “Postcards”
  2. “Faded”
  3. “Boop Bop Da Willy” f. Paris Alexa
  4. “Chillin (Ice Cold)” f. Romaro FrancesWa
  5. “What It Dew”
  6. “Gutz”
  7. “Roses” f. Fearce Vill & Davey Jones
  8. “Levees”
  9. “No Sleep” f. Paris Alexa
  10. “Bonnie & Clyde”
  11. “A-Okay”
  12. “Night Shift”
  13. “Cloudless Sky (Interlude)”
  14. “Rx”
  15. “5,000 Miles”