Acclaimed singer-songwriter-producer Jaymes Young is celebrating the worldwide success of his viral smash, “Infinity,” with an expanded new edition of his breakthrough 2017 debut album, Feel Something. Arriving with three additional tracks including the intimate “Infinity (Piano Version),” RIAA gold-certified single, “Happiest Year,” and new song “Nothing Holy,” Feel Something (Deluxe) is available now at all DSPs and streaming services via Please Rewind/Atlantic Records.
First featured on the original release of Feel Something, “Infinity” has recently become an unstoppable sensation, lighting up charts around the world with more than 700M global streams and over 73M YouTube views. Inspiring the hugely popular “Infinity Challenge,” performed by celebrities including Jimmy Fallon and John Cena, “Infinity” officially hit #1 on the TikTok Viral Chart with more than 7.5M creations and over 25.5B video views. “Infinity” has also soared to #1 on both Spotify’s Viral Hits Chart and the iTunes US Alternative Chart. Earlier this month, Britney Spears used “Infinity” to soundtrack her massively viewed New Year’s IG post celebrating her freedom from conservatorship. With “Infinity” currently impacting Hot AC Radio, reimagined versions including the stripped “Infinity (Piano Version)” and “Infinity (PRETTY YOUNG Remix)” are also available now.
Along with the explosive popularity of “Infinity,” Young is enjoying the ongoing success of his RIAA gold-certified single “Happiest Year,” which has earned over 400M global streams and gone viral on TikTok with more than 2.6M creations and 5B video views. Over the holidays, “Happiest Year” hit #1 on iTunes as fans used the song to accompany heartwarming year-end montages. Over at YouTube, the song’s official video is quickly approaching 54M views.
Young’s extraordinary debut album Feel Something, which he wrote, produced, and recorded in his bedroom, quickly struck an intense and intimate chord with listeners upon release. Following his breakout EPs, Dark Star and Habits of My Heart, the album has gone on to amass over 1.6 billion global streams. Highlighted by streaming hits including the RIAA gold-certified single, “I’ll Be Good,” and “We Won’t (Ft. Phoebe Ryan),” Feel Something received critical acclaim from publications including TIME, Billboard, NYLON, and Rolling Stone, who declared Young an “Artist You Need to Know,” praising his “serious musical range.” In addition to touring alongside artists including Oh Wonder, Vance Joy and London Grammar, the creative and compelling live musician sold out his first-ever North American headlining Feel Something Tour.