Eight-time GRAMMY® Award-winning musician, songwriter and producer FINNEAS returns today with ‘The 90s’, another song taken from his forthcoming debut album, ‘Optimist’, set for release on October 15 via Interscope / Polydor Records.
‘The 90s’ is FINNEAS’ heartfelt look back at a decade where things seemed simpler, a world without the internet and smartphones, and a desire to return to those times. Watch the official video, directed by Sam Bennett and choreographed by Monika Felice Smith HERE.
‘Optimist’ features 12 brand new tracks, plus the previously released ‘What They’ll Say About Us’, FINNEAS’ heartbreaking ballad, written in lockdown as a moving dedication to human strength and connection when faced with life’s tribulations. Earlier this month, FINNEAS shared the incredible video for ‘A Concert Six Months From Now’, filmed on location at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
His upcoming debut album follows the release of FINNEAS’ critically acclaimed debut EP, Blood Harmony, the DELUXE version which is available now. Written and produced entirely by the 24-year-old artist, the eight-track collection exemplifies his skills as a songwriter, producer and storyteller.
In 2020, FINNEAS received an impressive 6 GRAMMY Awards® including the prestigious Producer of the Year, Non-Classical and Best Engineered Album, Non Classical as well as Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year with his sister Billie Eilish for her groundbreaking No. 1 debut album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? and hit single ‘bad guy.’
Earlier this year, FINNEAS received two additional GRAMMY® Awards with his sister Billie Eilish for ‘everything i wanted’ (Record of the Year), as well as a Best Song Written For Visual category for ’No Time To Die’, the official James Bond theme song, both produced by FINNEAS.
FINNEAS’ trademark production can also be heard on recent songs from Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Camila Cabello, Tove Lo, Ben Platt, and throughout Billie Eilish‘s recently released sophomore album, ‘Happier Than Ever.’