Norwegian artist Alan Walker releases new single “Tired”, featuring Gavin James.
With just 3 singles under his belt, Alan Walker is already one of the most streamed artists globally, and dubbed one of the most exciting names within electronic pop music. Today Alan is back with the single ”Tired”, which features Irish singer-songwriter Gavin James.
“I’m very excited to finally release Tired. I feel it adds another dimension to my productions. Also, it is my first release with a male vocalist, and I’m very grateful to have Gavin James join me on this one. He has an amazing voice, has written an incredible song and I hope my fans will enjoy it as much as I do!”–Alan Walker
“Delighted to be working with Alan on this track, he’s such a talent, I love his sound and what he has done for the song! Can’t wait for both of our audiences to hear it!”- Gavin James
2016 was undoubtedly the break-through year for Alan Walker, with the release of his first three singles “Faded”, “Sing Me To Sleep” and “Alone”. He’s also released instrumental tracks Routine and Ignite, in 2016 and 2017 respectively. To date, Alan’s music has been streamed more than 4 billion times worldwide, with his debut single “Faded” recently joining the exclusive list of music videos with more than one billion views on YouTube.
Alan has also become one of the most sought-after remixers in the game, with refreshing takes on songs from Coldplay, Sia, Charli XCX, Bruno Mars and Julia Michaels to name a few.
2017 is off to the best possible start. In February, Alan sold out every show on his debut European headline tour, before embarking on a tour across North- South- and Central America, where he has already done massive shows at festivals like Ultra Miami, Electric Zoo Brazil and EDC Mexico (with lots more to come), as well as high profile headline shows in NYC, LA and Toronto (all sold out). He was also selected to join Justin Bieber on tour, when his highly successful ‘Purpose World Tour’ stopped by India. Soon, he`s heading out for an extensive tour throughout Europe and North America, playing more than 50 festivals from June to September