Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer vaultboy has teamed up with Korean-American star eaJ on “everything, everywhere”, a gut-wrenching new track with a haunting melody that captures the pain of heartbreak and the haunting inability to let go of the memories of a lost love.
“This song is about the way someone can haunt you after a break up. The way that you see them in little things around your house,in the shows you watched together, or in the face of a stranger.
At some point, it begins to feel impossible to think about anything else, and all we want is to forget. However, as the saying goes, “It’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all.” We hope this song can help people navigate through these types of emotions and,
maybe, help people move on.”
– vaultboy & eaJ
The new track follows vaultboy’s recently released “everything hits me at once” which also touches on heartbreak and explores the dual lives people lead after a messy split.
Since his explosive debut in 2021, vaultboy’s talent for songwriting has garnered him over 650 million streams globally. Navigating matters of the heart through his music with perfect poise, his talent for witty and relatable lyricism has not gone unnoticed.
vaultboy’s knack for flawless and catchy alt-pop is evident throughout every release, from his chart-topping viral debut hit “everything sucks” to fan favourite tracks “rocket science”, “aftermath” and “i think i wanna text u”.
In just 2 years, vaultboy’s meteoric rise has won over the hearts of millions of fans across the world. Currently, Asian markets dominate his Top 10 Streaming Markets Worldwide. His Top 10 list includes India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand.