JUNO Award-winning Canadian indie-pop band Walk Off the Earth and chart-topping multi-platinum singer-songwriter Phillip Phillips have joined forces for the anthemic new single “Hold On To Your Love”.
On the release of their collaborative new song, Walk Off the Earth share, “This song is about overcoming the fear of heartbreak and struggling to let go of past experiences. New people come into your life for a reason and can pull you out of that dark place, this song helps remind us of that.”
Phillip Phillips adds, “I am super honored to collaborate with Walk Off the Earth on this song. It has such a great hook and they are such a talented band. Excited for everyone to hear it!”
Earlier this year, Walk Off the Earth released their sixth studio full-length album, Meet You There, which includes the radio single “Love You Right” featuring GRAMMY Award-nominated, multi-platinum-selling Danish pop group Lukas Graham. The LP also includes the chart-topping track, “Nicknames” featuring gnash, which spent 20 weeks atop the Canadian radio charts. Most recently, Walk Off the Earth shared their first original children’s album, Romeo Eats Vol. 1, and a companion web series, "Romeo Eats," a food discovery show hosted by Walk Off the Earth lead singer Gianni Luminati and his 3-year-old son Romeo who has an insatiable appetite for all things divine.
Since 2020, Walk Off the Earth has released a series of original singles, surpassed 1 billion YouTube views, partnered with the likes of Pokémon (“Journey Starts Today”) and the NHL (“Hockey Anthem”), and earned two major JUNO Award nominations (Group of the Year and Pop Album of the Year) in support of their 2019 No. 1 comeback album HERE WE GO! The eclectic LP marked the band’s highest-charting effort to date in the States debuting at No. 1 on Nielsen’s Pop Albums chart and yielded the Platinum-certified radio hit “I’ll Be There,” which peaked at No. 25 on U.S. Hot AC radio and spent 20 consecutive weeks inside the Top 10 of Canada’s Hot AC radio chart.
Listen below to the new collaboration: