Since his 2011 self-titled debut, multiplatinum singer and songwriter Andy Grammer has consistently delivered stratosphere-size smashes buoyed by impressive range, deft musicality, and endless charisma. By 2019, he scored six chart-topping hits—each certified gold or better by the RIAA. The artist’s breakout “Fine By Me” and its follow-up “Keep Your Head Up” are both certified platinum. His 2014 sophomore offering, Magazines or Novels, went gold and yielded the gold “Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah).” During this chapter, the single “Honey, I’m Good” reached quadruple-platinum status globally, emerging as “one of the best-selling songs of 2015.” He maintained this streak on 2017’s The Good Parts. The standout “Fresh Eyes” tallied over 350 million streams, achieving a platinum plaque. Not to mention, he consistently sold out headline gigs everywhere. Building upon that foundation, his 2019 fourth full-length, Naïve [S-Curve Records/BMG], amplifies both the message and the musicianship. Robust instrumentation upholds a feeling of unabashed positivity for Grammer throughout. This uplifting spirit defines the first single “Don’t Give Up On Me.” Featured in the big screen drama Five Feet Apart, the song clocked 18 million Spotify streams in three weeks between the original and R3HAB remix. From the bright “Wish You Pain” to the epic Lady Blacksmith Mambazo-assisted “She’d Say,” these moments commute and inspire happiness in its purest form on Naïve and beyond.