Hometown boy plans return to Chicago for Market Days 2019
"All-American Boy" Steve Grand returns with a new music video for his song "Pink Champagne" off his second album, not the end of me, which reached the number 2 slot on the iTunes pop chart and the top 10 on Billboard's independent album chart.
The album's tone is much darker and heavier than All-American Boy, Grand told GoPride.com when the album dropped to critical acclaim last July.
"I'm more unfiltered on this album. I explore some of the internal and external challenges I've faced over the last two years, how my ambitions have affected my relationships, losing people that are close to me, depression, and drinking too much.
"Although the tone of the album is darker, I hope people take away from it a sense of resilience. This album is all about overcoming the demons within – because we all have them. No matter how your life looks on the outside."
In his previous video for "Disciple", the 29-year-old singer-songwriter tackled addition, a theme his continues in the more-bubbly "Pink Champagne."
The Chicago-native will present songs from not the end of me, as well as songs from his debut album, All-American Boy, when he returns to the Windy City for Market Days 2019, Aug. 10 - 11. Grand will perform at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 10.
not the end of me, released through Steve Grand's own label, Grand Nation LLC., is available on his website, at all live shows, and across all digital download and streaming platforms.