“My Love Screams,” featuring a duet with Giraud and Lindsey Sky reaches nearly 2 million views on YouTube.
NASHVILLE— Howling Music’s David Grow has co-written and produced a new single and music video featuring
finalist Matt Giraud and pop singer Lindsey Sky in her recording debut. The music video version of
, which Grow also co-directed, has quickly become a massive viral hit, attracting nearly 2 million views on YouTube in ten days.
Grow, whose company Howling Music produces music for commercials, has achieved a rarity in the music world by balancing success in the advertising and recording industries. His credits in the former realm include Nike, BMW, Chevy, Mini Cooper and Kia. As a songwriter and record producer, Grow’s credits include projects for Blind Boys of Alabama, Jim Brickman, Michael W. Smith and Josh Thompson. He recently also composed the score for the current documentary Free Throw, directed by Wong, Doody, Crandall, Weiner creative Court Crandall.
My Love Screams
marks a reunion for Grow and Giraud, as last year, Grow produced Giraud on Jim Brickman’s 2010 radio hit
. Giraud achieved national recognition when he placed fifth in the eighth season of
and was a favorite of judges Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson and Simon Cowell. He has since appeared on an
“Results” show and completed a national tour. When Grow was selected to produce the debut album for Lindsey Sky, he thought of Giraud as a natural choice to sing a duet with the newcomer.
Balancing the worlds of advertising and artist development has always been a goal of Howling Music, according to Grow. “We’re passionate about making great music,” he says. “It’s very fun to be able to do that across multiple mediums.”
The song will make its radio debut on January 16th.
About Howling Music
Founded in 1999, Howling Music is an original music production company specializing in creating original music solutions for commercials in the television, film and emerging media media. Since their inception, Howling Music has scored hundreds of national and international commercial spots alongside many of the top advertising agencies in the world including Wieden and Kennedy, Chiat Day, Crispin Porter Bogusky, and J. Walter Thompson, New York, among many others.
In 2006, Howling Music moved their headquarters to Nashville, TN.
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