Wrabel Shares “london (feat. Cam)”

December 11, 2021 BY Nettwerk

A few months after gifting his debut full-length album ‘these words are all for you’ (Big Gay Records/Nettwerk Records) to the world, Wrabel today has taken one of LP’s standout track, “london” to new heights with a fresh collaborative version featuring Cam.

Pairing Wrabel’s haunting story of longing for lost London-based love with the beautifully pure vocals of the GRAMMY-nominated country superstar is a chilling, melancholic slice of heartbreaking pop perfection.

Of the collaboration, Wrabel said “london is one of the most special songs not only on this record but from my whole career. it holds such a special place in my heart. I am beyond thrilled to share it as a duet with Cam. I’ve been such a fan for some time now and it’s an honor to get to sing together.”

Wrabel feels like someone I must have known in another lifetime, such a warm heart and it comes through his voice too. He makes longing even feel catchy in this song. In love with London and can’t wait for everyone else to have it stuck on repeat as well,” says Cam.

Co-written with Stuart Crichton, Drew Pearson, and Cole Citrenbaum, “london” is one of many sure-to-be timeless gems found on Wrabel’s debut album. The record ushered in the next chapter from one of modern music’s most celebrated, versatile, powerhouse songwriters and rising artists, and was praised as a “taxonomy of Wrabel’s greatest trials and triumphs” (New Now Next) that “showcases his trademark, beautifully intimate performances, and powerhouse songwriting” (SPIN) and which “does it all with the kind of authorship that just makes you want to dive even deeper into his complex, beautifully rendered story” (Billboard).

Wrabel’s ascent to becoming “one of Hollywood’s finest songwriters” (American Songwriter) has led to this triumphant moment — a journey that included collaborating with Afrojack & Marshmello respectively in 2014, to his first charting song  “11 Blocks” in 2016 & the debut of his acclaimed LGBTQ+ anthem “The Village” in 2017, to collaborations with Kesha and P!nk in 2019, to performing “hurts like hell” on NBC’s TODAY in early 2020, and now to his debut album.

Additionally, Wrabel has left his mark all across the pop music landscape with other co-writing/performance credits on tracks by Celeste, Backstreet Boys, Ellie Goulding, Louis Tomlinson, Louis the Child, Wafia, Cash Cash, and more. He’s released four previous EPs and has racked up 265 million streams across all DSP platforms.