Nashville Artist Grant Keller doubles down with new single "Forgiveness"

"Forgiveness" Single out Wednesday, May 22, 2024



Pop Country/Country Rock artist Grant Keller follows up his array of buzzing releases with his new single "Forgiveness" -- and he doesn't plan on stopping the release train any time soon. Working with distribution companies Too Lost and The Orchard through indie hybrid label CGA, Grant plans on having monthly releases for the foreseeable future while balancing his work ethic with live performance. Recently, Grant was in Nashville for the Writer's Round show at Live Oak captured by his vlog "Day In The Life" (Link below).

The sonic spectrum is wide and the Nashville, Atlanta, and Scottsdale country scenes are noticing. Since his first release in June 2023, Grant has amassed 150K+ Spotify streams on the platform alone. The lyricism builds the ensemble with each unique release. This time: It's about a girl.

Grant explains, "This was the first original country record I wrote about my breakup last year. It was the first girl I had dated in a while that really had me thinking long term but it ended up only lasting around three months. In the song I reflected on the initial expectations of 'love' I was feeling before everything crumbled. The chorus focuses on my hope for reconciliation, to no avail, before continuing on about coping after the fact."

"Forgiveness" released May 22, 2024. Stream and download everywhere at the links below.

Tour dates:

Date City Venue
5/30 Memphis Hi Tone


Grant Keller was born in Bristol, Tennessee but was raised in Memphis for most of his life. His one true companion? Music. Singing was a part of Grant's journey since childhood, writing his first songs when he was in sixth grade. Grant has recently partnered with CGA with distribution through Too Lost and The Orchard. Inquires?

Source CGA

May 28, 2024 3:50pm ET by CGA  

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