Hot on heels after his latest release “Palm trees”, Garrett Nash releases a new stunning cover of “Stacy’s Mom”
The nostalgic cover follows a pair of irresistible singles from Nash – the self-reflective, “Super Glue,” and the touching ode to Nash’s upbringing in Los Angeles, “Palm Trees.” These recent tracks marked a new direction from the singer-songwriter formerly known as gnash. The name change reflects his remarkable growth as both an individual and artist over the past decade.
Garrett shares, “Stacy’s Mom was my favorite song in 5th grade,” Nash shared. “I’ve always wanted to cover it & when the idea came up in a session with a producer Elie Rizk, I jumped on the idea right away. This song is important to my history & I hope you enjoy.”
Garrett Nash now takes a more matured, deeply personal approach to his genre-blurring brand of modern pop. gnash made his global breakthrough with 2016’s multi-platform blockbuster hit single, “i hate u, i love u.” The stripped-bare track reached the top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” – where it spent an impressive 39 weeks – and singles charts around the world, earning 6x RIAA platinum certification and more than 2B global streams. Furthermore, the “i hate u, i love u” companion video is an unadulterated blockbuster, now with over 640M individual views via YouTube alone.
As charming and idiosyncratic on stage as in the studio, gnash traveled North America on a number of tours, including 2019’s 40-date “the broken hearts club tour,” while also finding time for high-profile TV performances on NBC’s TODAY and Late Night with Seth Meyers. A strong advocate for mental health, gnash has long been open about his struggles, publicly acknowledging the benefits of therapy while also encouraging fans to find their own unique way to express themselves.