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Introducing: 44phantom – New Single “all figured out” Out Now!

Introducing: 44phantom – New Single “all figured out” Out Now!

Introducing: 44phantom – New Single “all figured out” Out Now!

New Single “all figured out” – Out Now!

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But I heard you’re doing great
Inside some wonderful place
You’re doing everything you said you would

And you got it all figured out
From the way you take control
To the way you’re letting go
You got it all figured out
I guess it’s all the same
You didn’t need me anyway

Lyrics from “all figured out”

Emerging alternative artist 44phantom, who has quietly generated over 2 million total streams in the past year, has released his new single “all figured out” along with an accompanying music video. An icy guitar melody entwines with soft vocal delivery as the 19-year-old Oklahoma-born and Seattle-based musician explores an unrequited infatuation before eventually surrendering. PRESS HERE to download/stream and PRESS HERE to watch the official video, directed by Ryan Jay. The independent artist penned the track in addition to co-producing it with Jon Kilmer. “all figured out” follows 44phantom’s single “let’s be friends,” which landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Fresh Finds playlists upon its August 2020 release.

“‘all figured out’ is about accepting a person you care about has moved on,” shares 44phantom. “Even if you wish they hadn’t, you gotta respect it.”

Photo credit: Ryan Jay

44phantom (Brayton Mathews) emanates pop warmth, alternative adventurousness, and rock spirit with his signature grunge-pop style. Since his 2019 debut single “Break Your Heart,” which has individually racked up over 600K Spotify plays, he has sparked streaming buzz among a growing fanbase. Earlier this year, 44phantom dropped the Bittersweet EP highlighted by the fan favorite “Poison.”

The passion for music developed at a young age for 44phantom, who wrote his first song at eight-years-old. Growing up, Mathews listened to everything from Kurt Cobain, Carrie Underwood, and Bob Dylan to Lil Wayne and Drake. After moving from the Western region of Oklahoma to Seattle with his mom during sophomore year of high school, he experienced a bit of a culture shock, jumping from a school of 60 to 3,000, so Mathews turned to writing and recording music to ease the transition. The budding artist adopted the name 44phantom to honor his late second cousin and carry on the family’s serendipitous connection to the number 44. 44phantom’s music honestly details the journey from a small town to the doorstep of stardom, wholeheartedly embracing rock influences and deep storytelling.

I want to let everybody know it’s okay to be upfront with how you feel,” he shares. “It’s okay to be sad or mad. You don’t have to chase fake happiness. Look for the real thing. My music is really about that.”

Look for more music from 44phantom to follow soon!

Photo credit: Ryan Jay

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