You can find out more about the album as we go track by track with GRIM17 on The Inner Sleeve podcast here.
After briefly working with artists like Tom Middleton and Neil Cowley Trio, GRIM17 went on to appear on Ireland's leading Music TV show Other Voices, and be tipped by the Daily Mirror as ‘One To Watch’ in 2014, before taking an unprecedented 5 year break to go drinking... which kind of helped (but not really...)
Returning in 2020 with no less than 2 amazing albums released independently while the rest of the world fell to its knees, The End Is Not For A While and I'm Counting To 3 brought popular and critical acclaim to his work once again.
In 2021 GRIM17 released the singles Practised Taunts before joining up with Lights And Lines to release Digital Throw Up Part's 1 + 2 and the following bonus single Making The Man's Clothes - an important set of guidelines for anyone who's every been concerned about what to wear. .
A collection of past grievances retold and new tales told for the first time Digital Throw Up Parts 1 + 2 includes nods to a variety of Electro, Alternative, Folk, and Industrial influences whilst maintaining his own unquestionable independence and individual style across everything he does.
Part 1, GRIM17s debut EP remastered, focuses on feelings of depression, self loathing, and the despair of feeling life was falling apart. Part 2 features brand new songs reflecting on the time passed and focuses in on coming back to a a world that suddenly seems very hostile and hard to recognise.