Wrabel - these words are all for you
Release Date: 24 Sep 2021
1. good / 2. wish you well / 3. back to back / 4. nothing but the love / 5. london / 6. don’t pick up the phone / 7. cars / 8. let love in / 9. it’s us / 10. pale blue dot / 11. love is not a simple thing to lose
Hailed as “one of the greatest singers and songwriters alive today” by collaborator P!NK, Wrabel prepares to step into the spotlight with his long-awaited and anticipated debut album these words are all for you (Big Gay Records/Nettwerk).
On the way to creating his first full-length effort, Wrabel has delivered hit songs such as “11 Blocks”; collaborated with leading EDM artists like Kygo and Marshmello; released a live album (2019’s one nite only); and has written for the likes of P!NK (“90 Days”), Kesha (“Woman,” “Here Comes the Change”), and Backstreet Boys (“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”). His “knife-to-the-heart” (Idolator) songwriting has led Billboard to confidently state that he is “ready for his breakthrough,” and he’s been praised as “one of Hollywood’s finest songwriters for a decade” by American Songwriter.
He also earned a 2018 GLAAD Media Award nomination, was named to the 2017 OUT100, and joined P!NK on her 2019 European stadium tour. these words are all for you marks the glorious culmination of all Wrabel has accomplished thus far in his extraordinary and ever-evolving career.
He delivers deeply personal, introspective lyrics with a warm vocal presence as he explores themes of love in all of its forms: shattered love and self-love, compassion and redemption.
With the release of these words are all for you, Wrabel hopes that his personal catharsis might ultimately provide solace to others.
“My favorite songs are the ones that have quite literally saved my life, like ‘This Woman’s Work’ by Kate Bush—they’re the songs that have made me feel like they were written for me, and expressed the things I didn’t even know how to put into words,” says Wrabel. “With everything I create, and especially with this record, there’s always the hope that it will help people to feel less alone. So while I don’t believe it’s an artist’s job to create something for everyone, I do hope these songs find their way to whoever needs to hear them.”
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