Pop Singer & Songwriter DAYVID Releases New Single “Spinning Bottles”

Pop Singer & songwriter DAYVID will be releasing his new single, “Spinning Bottles,” on January 17, 2020. “Spinning Bottles,” produced by Grammy-Nominated producer Morgan Taylor Reid, is a follow up to DAYVID’s popular single, “Wasted Luv,” from his self-titled EP that was released in October 2019. “Spinning Bottles” is the first single from a forthcoming album scheduled for release late this year. 

DAVYID’s last single, “Wasted Luv,” was praised by critics and listeners around the world. Upon its release in September 2019, the single became #4 on All Access Music Top 40/Mainstream Cool Music Chart and has enjoyed Top 40 radio play in major markets across the US, as well as Sirius XM.  DAYVID was also recently named one of Music Connection Magazine’s “Top 25 New Music Critiques of 2019.” 

“Spinning Bottles” is co-written by DAYVID and Reid. The single was mixed by DJ Swivel and mastered by Chris Gehringer. “Spinning Bottles” is released by DAYVID Music with AWAL as the global distributor.

“The song was written as I reflected on a low period in my life when I was depressed as I was dealing with some difficult relationships. I used spinning bottles as a metaphor for the way I was trapped in a cycle of taking the blame, then realizing that it wasn’t my fault. I learned that there are situations I can’t control (they are “outta my hands”), so it is destructive to keep thinking about things I should let go,” says DAYVID. DAYVID goes on to say, “I brought the concept and a portion of the chorus to my collaborator and producer. He loved it, and the entire song poured out within an hour.”

Producer Reid’s prior hailed offerings include Marshmello, Jack & Jack, and CHROMEO.

“Spinning Bottles” will be available on all streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/xcV0gtDhEQ0

ABOUT DAYVID

22-year-old singer and songwriter DAYVID is a San Diego native.  As a child he sang in a church choir, and in high school began dissecting popular music to understand its construction. At 16, he began commuting to Los Angeles to find a path into the music industry and soon found success writing music for artists including Fedde le Grand and Navarra.  At 18, DAYVID moved to Los Angeles to pursue a full-time music career. Wanting to remain independent, he assembled his own music team of collaborators, and released his debut single “Sure of Me” in Fall 2018. He began a collaboration with Grammy-nominated Morgan Taylor Reid soon after, which spawned the well-reviewed single “VHS” in Spring 2019 and his debut EP (DAYVID), including his successful single “Wasted Luv.”

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