New York City-born singer MAX is bringing his huge hit Lights Down Low featuring gnash to the UK.
Having already amassed more than 150 million global streams and 25 million video views, Lights Down Low is available in the UK now and is set to impact on 30th March.
In the US the song’s popularity led to it getting its own Snapchat filter for Valentine’s Day and MAX has performed the track on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Revealing the inspiration behind the track MAX says, “I wrote Lights Down Low when I first started dating my beautiful wife Emily, who was born and raised in the UK, and I proposed to her singing the song where we had our first date. We always say because the song came from a place of love it will always stand for love whether someone is gay, straight, bisexual, or transgender. It started as our little wedding song and it’s so beautiful that we get to share it with the world.”
MAX is signed to Pete Wentz’s DCD2 Records and he released his single Gibberish featuring Hoodie Allen in 2015.
UK fans can see MAX in March and April when he supports Fall Out Boy on their headline tour. He’ll be performing at the following dates:
Mar 27 – Birmingham, UK (supporting Fall Out Boy)
Mar 28 – Cardiff, UK (supporting Fall Out Boy)
Mar 29 – Manchester, UK (supporting Fall Out Boy)
Mar 31 – London, UK (supporting Fall Out Boy)