Jam Productions Presents
Robert DeLong, Grabbitz
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On the story behind the song, DeLong explains, “‘Did It To Myself’ is a song, first and foremost, about the inevitable breakup and infidelity fantasies that arise in most long-term relationships, and how those thoughts can infect and poison every interaction with your partner. I had created an instrumental and emailed it off from LA to Lights who is just north of Vancouver, Canada, and she almost immediately came back with the first pass of lyrics and melody. Somehow we were both on the same wavelength at the same time, and this telepathic link allowed us to finish the song together, remotely. As I was digging into the production on the track, I was listening to lots of dub and dub-techno (Scientist, Joe Gibbs, Pole, etc.), and that influence snuck in and melded with my production, creating a swirling mass of dub FX, drum machines, and real horns (recorded by Matt Appleton of Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger!).
The song follows the release of “Better in College" released late last year to global praise including placement on Spotify’s New Music Friday in twelve countries as well as key playlist placements across Apple, Amazon, and YouTube.
"Grabbitz has never shied away from embracing the totality of his musicality as a hybrid-live electronic artist, continually innovating and pushing his sound forward with each subsequent release" -Billboard
"An updated version of the heady late-Nineties days when rock and 'electronica' commingled freely" -Rolling Stone