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VINCINT releases new single from debut album; headlining HBO Max Pride next to MUNA and King Princess

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Groundbreaking singer and songwriter VINCINT has released a new single. “Kill My Heart (feat. Parson James & Qveen Herby)” — available via STEM at all DSPs and streaming services HERE — has earned 100K+ streams since its release last Friday with placement on Apple Music’s New Music Daily, Breaking Pop, and Spotify’s New Music Friday.

“Ever had your heart played with by a boy and then you glow up and they come crawling back?” says VINCINT. “That’s where this one came from. It’s a song for every bad bitch who was ever made to feel less than they were. It’s a fuck you to fuck boys.”

Written by VINCINT with his dear friends and collaborators, Qveen Herby and writer/producer/multiple GRAMMY® Award-nominee JHart (Little Mix, Camila Cabello), and mastered by John Greenham (Billie Eilish, Ashnikko), “Kill My Heart (feat. Parson James & Qveen Herby)” heralds VINCINT’s massively anticipated debut album, There Will Be Tears, arriving at last on June 11.

There Will Be Tears also includes the anthemic singles, “Higher (feat. Alex Newell)” (600K+ collective streams) and “Hard 2 Forget,” both available now at all DSPs and streaming at VINCINT’s official YouTube channel.

The cathartic, triumphant new collection is an emotional rollercoaster through the artist’s psyche and sees VINCINT joined by a star-studded array of special guest collaborators, including the aforementioned Alex Newell, as well as such friends and fans as Qveen Herby, Parson James, and Tegan and Sara, the latter of whom contribute glittering harmonies to a soon-to-be-announced album highlight, “Getaway.”

There Will Be Tears marks the follow-up to VINCINT’s acclaimed debut EP, THE FEELING, available now via AWAL for streaming and download. The EP – which features collaborations with chart-topping producers John Greenham and Alex Psaroudakis (Cher, Ariana Grande, M.I.A.) – includes the remarkable singles, “Someday,” “Please Don’t Fall In Love,” and “Save Myself,” the latter joined by an equally stunning companion video, streaming now at YouTube following its exclusive premiere via PAPER, which hailed it as “a tender testament to the power of coming together amid unprecedented times.”

THE FEELING was met by rapturous critical applause upon its Valentine’s Day 2020 release, with MTVhailing the six-song EP as “a journey of grappling with the waves of emotions during heartache. The power of VINCINT’s voice and the infectiousness of his performances make you feel each pang and triumph. It’s something he wrings out of his own experiences and the ones of those closest to him.” “VINCINT feels deeply, more than most,” wrote American Songwriter. “Across his debut EP, THE FEELING, he falls apart and climbs back out of heartbreak through sorrow-laced lyrics and Whitney Houston-sized pop hooks… Peace quickly fades into anger, regret, maddening sorrow, and eventually peace again. VINCINT’s THE FEELING bathes in every single shade of it.”

Last year saw VINCINT teaming up with the cast of Netflix’s Emmy Award-winning series, Queer Eye, to unveil the music video for “Be Me.” Directed by Jake Wilson (Cher, Lizzo, Jonas Brothers) and filmed by VINCINT and the Fab Five using their iPhone cameras during quarantine, “Be Me” is streaming now via VINCINT’s official YouTube channel HERE. Co-written by VINCINT with Fly By Midnight’s Slavo and Justin Bryte expressly for the newest season, “Be Me” is available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE.

Named by E! as one of “The LGBTQ Musicians You Need to Be Listening to Right Now,” VINCINT’s dynamic songcraft and radiant charisma has seen him lighting up stages around the globe, including headlining performances at Los Angeles Pride, multiple sold-out shows in New York City and Los Angeles, an appearance at the 2020 Academy Awards (as member of Cynthia Erivo’s gospel choir), and memorable sets at the United States Conference on AIDS, SXSW, and the 2019 GAY TIMES Honours 500 in London, to name but a few.

Through it all, VINCINT’s mission has been clear: “I make music to make you cry and make you dance,” he says. “But most importantly, to make you feel something.”

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