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Andy Grammer has released a super-upbeat single, "Damn It Feels Good To Be Me," inspired by the pandemic, which proved to be a time of introspection. Andy explains the song, “The pandemic forced me to spend nearly two years stripped of the identity I had worked hard to create for myself in the world. I had the gift of time to re-examine a lot and realized that sometimes, to fit in with the culture, I am tempted to turn myself down for fear of not being accepted.” “So, I wrote ‘Damn It Feels Good To Be Me’ as a reminder to myself to follow the beat of my own drum,” he adds. “I want this song to be for those who have come to that point in their life where they’re just FINALLY enjoying the freedom of self-acceptance.” “Damn It Feels Good to Be Me” is the first official single from Andy’s upcoming fifth album, which will be out in early 2022. He previously released the song “Lease on Life,” inspired by the arrival of his and his wife’s second daughter, Izzy, during the pandemic last year. His debut album, "Andy Grammer," was released in 2011 and spawned the singles "Keep Your Head Up" and "Fine by Me." His second album, "Magazines or Novels," was released in 2014 and featured "Honey, I'm Good," which is his most successful song to date, peaking at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100.