Exciting and in love’s daring, Grimmer’s effervescent pop of ‘Happy Ending’ our crushes becoming our fantasies and dreams becoming your own reality.
It’s better to have loved and not loved at all. And it’s even better when you love, and that story of lust and belonging, continues as the rivers flow.
Tapping into universal themes of anxiety and 2020’s unexpected large-scale analysis of human connectedness, Happy Ending examines his experiences with tricky relationships.
Grimmer said: “Sometimes I find it hard to admit that I can be vulnerable and just want those simple things like human connection. My way of dealing with all that is just to write a pop song about it.”
Poppin’ with flavor and deserving of our attention, Grimmer’s charms wash the nasty taste of the day off of your pallet, to reveal a new dawn.
A dawn of happier and peaceful memories to come.