ANTICIPATED DEBUT ALBUM
“I’VE TRIED EVERYTHING BUT
THERAPY (PART 1)”
OUT SEPTEMBER 15
Genre-blurring artist Teddy Swims returns with the soulful new single “Lose Control” via Warner Records. Listen HERE. Boasting a soaring chorus that showcases the Atlanta, GA singer-songwriter’s extraordinary range, the emotional anthem is the latest taste of Swims’ hotly anticipated debut album “I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1)” due September 15. Pre-order HERE.
“Being in love can be like an addiction sometimes — always chasing the highs from the lows,” Swims says of the track. “It’s about losing yourself and losing control when it all starts to cave in and thinking that the only way out is through being with that person, chasing that feeling over and over again.”
“Lose Control” arrives on the heels of “What More Can I Say” and “FACE MYSELF” featuring Elley Duhé. Prior to that, Swims dropped the “Sleep is Exhausting” EP in late 2022, which capped a busy year that included a viral cover of Journey’s classic “Don’t Stop Believin’” that was reposted by celebrities like Jennifer Garner and Timbaland. He also performed the song on America’s Got Talent with season 14 winner Kodi Lee and Journey founder and guitarist Neal Schon.
Other highlights from last year include playing sold-out shows around the globe and lending his powerful pipes to ILLENIUM’s “All That Really Matters,” Meghan Trainor’s “Bad For Me,” and MK & Burns’ “Better.”
Teddy Swims will now hit the road again with a string of international dates beginning on July 6 in the UK. He then stops in Ireland, the Netherlands, Philippines, Singapore, and Japan before returning to Australia in August for massive national tour. Beginning on Friday 18 August in Brisbane at Fortitude Music Hall, he will then hit up Sydney, Perth, and Adelaide before finishing up in Melbourne at Forum. Buy tickets HERE.
TEDDY SWIMS AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Friday 18 August – The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD
Saturday 19 August – Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Tuesday 22 August – Astor Theatre, Perth WA
Thursday 24 August – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide SA
Friday 25 August – Forum, Melbourne VIC
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