Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Phil Good has unveiled an official remix of his latest single “Everything’s Good” from DJ and producer Slow Magic. “Everything’s Good” (Slow Magic Remix) is available to stream and download starting today HERE. Watch a visualizer for the song HERE.
“Everything’s Good” and its accompanying animated music video were released in May and received praise from Uproxx, Ones To Watch, and more. Watch Phil’s new “Everything’s (Not) Good” visualizer for the song, which was made entirely using Instagram and Snapchat filters, HERE. Earlier this year, Phil released his track “Living With No One”, and was featured on “Stuck On You”, the lead single off GRAMMY® Award-winning producer RAC’s new album Boy. Additionally, Phil released an official remix of his song “Do You Ever?” from the producer. Listen to “Do You Ever? (RAC Mix)” HERE.
Last Fall Billboard announced Phil Good’s Elektra Records signing, and shared his major label debut single and music video “Wonder”. Phil’s follow-up “Do You Ever?” and its accompanying visual were premiered byOnes To Watch, who praised his “remarkable ear for tasteful synths.” Phil closed out 2019 with “Put It All On Me” whichLyrical Lemonade premiered, declaring, “Phil delivers an extremely catchy hook with his fun, charismatic energy; making it almost impossible to get out of your head.”
Converting audiences to fans on the road, Phil recently supported Jaymes Young on his Happiest Year North America Tour, and joined labelmate Tones and I on select United States tour dates.
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About Phil Good
A stint slinging grilled cheese out of a stationary truck, a bike accident listening to Barack Obama’s appearance on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast, and an intriguing childhood split between attending mosque with his Palestinian step-dad and Christian church with his Puerto Rican “reggae-funk bass player” father all preceded the career of Phil Good. Relocating from Portland, OR to Los Angeles, CA with his cat Lucy in 2016, Phil devoted an entire year to writing and recording behind-the-scenes for other artists and logging countless hours in the studio in addition to planting the seeds for what would become his solo debut. By the beginning of 2019, he quietly put up nearly 10 million total streams across indie releases such as “Growing Up”, “Be Somebody”, and more in addition to garnering acclaim from Earmilk, Dancing Astronaut, This Song is Sick, and more.