Three months after the release of Greyson Chance‘s emotional single “Low” in December, today (March 8) Billboard is premiering an exclusive intimate version of the song that the 20-year-old pop singer recently performed at Roland Studios.
“Low is about my former instinct to always run away from love and from promising relationships,” Chance told Billboard of the track. “The song speaks directly to a period of my life last summer when I was at an all-time standstill and was unsure as to whether or not I would ever find comfort within another people.”
The singer wrote the heart-wrenching ballad on a piano at his parents house, which is why he opted to go for this type of arrangement. “I’m so excited to share this live video for it presents the song a bit more stripped back, similar to the way that it sounded in its origin.”
Though Chance hasn’t released a full-length since his debut album Hold On ’Til The Night in 2011, he has put out numerous singles over the years, including the 2017 slow jam “Seasons” and his take on “Hungry Eyes” from the Dirty Dancing (2017) soundtrack.
Check out the stripped-back version of “Low” below.