‘Good Vibes’ is a carefree, simmering Summer-banger, and provides a much-needed dose of optimistic positivity in these uncertain times. HRVY and Matoma, together with the help of Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter MNEK, have expertly created the perfect soundtrack from isolation to close out 2020’s forgotten Summer on a higher note.

On the track, HRVY said: “I feel like the world is in need of some ‘good vibes’ right now, so hopefully this is the perfect song for the forgotten Summer.”

Talking about the Collab Matoma said: “Every single action I make is all about the Good Vibes and spreading joy and positivity through music, so this song is my anthem! I’m so excited to collaborate with HRVY on this release, he brings the most incredible energy to this song it’s just perfect.”

‘Good Vibes’ comes after the announcement that HRVY’s debut album, ‘Can Anybody Hear Me?’, will release this November 20th. The LP features ‘ME BECAUSE OF YOU’, created alongside Tom Mann (Lewis Capaldi), Peter Hanna (Nick Jonas), and Thomas Eriksen (Ava Max), and latest offering ‘NEVERMIND’ (written by J Hart (Bieber) and Pollack (Lauv). ‘Can Anybody Hear Me?’ illuminates the many elements of HRVY and his musical tastes. While the plaintive acoustic ballad ‘She Isn’t You’ has nods to old schoolboy bands like N-sync to slow things down, there’s also the undeniable title track, a banger in the vein of Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ that is sure to go down a storm in a live scenario, while ‘ME BECAUSE OF YOU’ showcases a musician truly coming into his own, embraced by fans who are experiencing similar growing pains as they transition into adulthood.

HRVY’s quest to craft the perfect pop song is connecting with an astronomical audience worldwide, with 20,000 tickets already sold for his upcoming rescheduled World Tour including dates in the UK, Europe, US, Asia, and Australia. At just 21, HRVY is already a global star, having traveled the world building fans and scoring collaborations with artists from Korean supergroup NCT Dream, esteemed Norweigan DJ duo Seeb, Becky Hill & Noah Cyrus collaborator Matoma, and Mexican-born Latino sensation Danna Paola.



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