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JOHNNY ORLANDO RETURNS WITH NEW SINGLE “ALL THESE PARTIES”

 

20 SEPTEMBER 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – Singer-songwriter Johnny Orlando returns with his brand new single “All These Parties” out today on Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. Orlando shared the news about the song on his socials last week, creating a stir among fans awaiting its release. “All These Parties” arrives following Orlando’s appearance at WE Day Toronto yesterday, and his debut performance at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards last month, where he performed a cover of Katy Perry’s “California Girls” as part of a trio of artists. The lyric video for “All These Parties” features never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage from Orlando’s ‘Teenage Fever’ tour earlier this year.

 

Listen to “All These Parties” HERE

 

Watch the lyric video HERE

 

On the new single, Orlando says: "I'm so excited for ‘All These Parties’ to finally be out after a six-month hiatus of music! I know my fans have been eagerly anticipating new music, so I'm really just happy that they finally get to hear it. The song lyrically is a bit of anti-party track, but its essence is very fun and upbeat. The whole process of creating this project was so much fun. I hope my fans can relate to this song and love it as much as I do."

 

Produced by Hampus Lindvall (credits include Zara Larsson and Icona Pop), “All These Parties” arrives as follow up to Orlando’s latest smash hit, “Waste My Time” off his debut EP, Teenage Fever. Since its release in March of this year, the EP has garnered over 67 million streams, and overall Orlando has garnered a staggering 270 million streams to-date.

 

Following his 2019 Juno Award nomination for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’, Orlando embarked on his first ever headline North American and European ‘Teenage Fever’ tour, which wrapped earlier this year.

 

DOWNLOAD / STREAM TEENAGE FEVER HERE

 

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About Johnny Orlando:

After amassing over 270 million total streams within three years, garnering acclaim from the likes of Paper, and taking up residence in the hearts of countless fans worldwide, Toronto-born and Los Angeles-based Juno Award-nominated singer and songwriter Johnny Orlando fully realized the scope of the dynamic signature style he first hinted at in 2015.

 

Emanating confidence and charisma over danceable electronic grooves and a subtle hip-hop bounce, he levels up his take on pop with the 2019 Teenage Fever EP [Universal Music Canada/Island Records].

 

He quietly made strides towards establishing this identity by way of numerous international hits. 2018’s “What If” (feat. Mackenzie Ziegler) clocked 109 million-plus global streams and over 21 million music video views in under twelve months, captured #1 on the musical.ly Global Song Chart, and landed on the Spotify Viral 50 in 33 countries. He received praise from BillboardVarietyTeen VogueJust Jared Jr., Tiger Beat, and more in addition to performing at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Along the way, he garnered a nomination for “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” at the 2019 JUNO Awards as well as nods at the Kids’ Choice Awards, iHeart Much Music Video Awards, and Teen Choice Awards.

 

Orlando (now 16) is at the forefront of the next generation of Canadian artists impacting a global music stage, touring the world with co-headlining and sold-out North American and European tours, a recording deal with Universal Music Canada/Island Records and a dedicated fan base of more than 16 million engaged fans.