Rising pop vocalist VINCINT arrives today with “Save Myself,” the latest single from his forthcoming EP, The Feeling, out this Valentine’s Day, February 14, via AWAL. Written by VINCINT, Ryan Hartman, Brandon Skeie (Hayley Kiyoko, Liam Payne, Bea Miller), and produced by TIDO, “Save Myself” is available now on all DSPs.
“‘Save Myself’ is about letting the people in your life who are always ‘there for you’ and constantly giving you unwanted advice or tips on how to live YOUR life ‘better,’ know that you just need them to shut up and let you figure it out on your own!” says VINCINT. “You know what’s right for you; you just gotta block out the voices to hear yourself. While you love them and appreciate all that they do, this is a ‘shut up, stand there and watch me ‘Save Myself’ anthem.”
Continuing a series of heart-stirring new single releases from VINCINT, “Save Myself” follows The Feeling’s lead single and companion visual, “Please Don’t Fall In Love,” as well as the smash, “Someday,” which PAPER Magazine praised as “iconic” and “addictive.”
Following a sold-out run of shows with singer JP Saxe, VINCINT will return to the Troubadour after two sold-out performances for an intimate EP release show on February 17, joined by special guests Kelechi and Mike Taylor. Known as a multi-threat for his robust vocal range and impressive choreography, VINCINT has graced the stages of the United States Conference on AIDS, the WayOUT Gala, Philadelphia Pride and Louisville Pride as a headline performer, using his platform to push boundaries in the LGBTQIA community. VINCINT has also appeared as a presenter and performer at the 2019 GAY TIMES Honours 500 in London, performed for the Recording Academy’s “Press Play” and “ReImagined” episode series, Los Angeles Pride, Governors Ball Music Festival, and SXSW among others, with sold out shows at the Troubadour, Peppermint Club and more.