Wrabel has long established himself as one of pop's most gifted songwriters, happily working behind the scenes and collaborating with a wide range of artists, including P!nk, Kesha, Marshmello, Louis The Child and Ellie Goulding.
But today, the spotlight is his own, as he has finally released his debut solo album these words are all for you, out now via Big Gay Records/Nettwerk. A project 11 years in the making, it's a brilliant showcase of an artist whose skill is undeniable, with his unique way of telling captivating stories with earnest, breathtaking vocals.
“I can't believe this is my debut album. It’s been years in the making," says Wrabel. "The oldest song is around eight years old, and the newest, just a few months. I poured everything into this record and I am just so proud of it. I feel so lucky to have been able to make it with people so close to me and as an independent artist on my own label partnered with Nettwerk."
Wrabel adds: "I always thought my first record would be a break-up record, since the first time I started making it, it very much was. This album is filled with love. Hope. True stories and true feelings. I hope me sharing in this way helps even one person feel understood, feel better, feel like they’re not alone, and it offers hope that love will come and bring the healing powers it holds.”
Listen to the full album below.