GRAMMY-nominated trio Mansionair continue to work toward their highly anticipated album, Happiness, Guaranteed., which arrives April 29 via Glassnote Recordings. The latest single is “Shallow Water,” a bittersweet cut that mixes glistening indie-electronic flourishes with lyrics delving into the band’s personal fractures and subsequent growth. It comes on the heels of the stunning “Next High” featuring Clairo’s guitarist Kim Tee and the glistening “Empty Promise” which was quickly praised for its “silky smooth vocals [and]  glorious atmospheric pads.” All of these tracks leading toward Happiness, Guaranteed. exemplify the intricate sound that Mansionair has crafted, resonating to the tune of praise from outlets like Billboard and NME. In the coming months, Mansionair will also embark on a summer North American tour bookended by performances in New York on May 31 and Phoenix on June 25. 

Mansionair details the deeply personal story behind their new single: “‘Shallow Water’ is about our band cracking under pressure. We wrote it at a point when our friendships within the band were not in a great spot.  We were fighting a lot about really petty things and this song was the result of working through them. To me this song is about letting go of expectations of each other and accepting each other’s flaws. In doing so, we’ve come out the other side stronger and closer as a band than ever.”

Since forming in 2014, Mansionair have notched a slew of accolades that highlight the band’s knack for catchy, deeply compelling songwriting. With a GRAMMY Award nomination under their belt for their smash collaboration “Line of Sight” with ODESZA and WYNNE, they’ve also performed at bucket list festivals from Coachella to The Great Escape while selling out storied venues like New York’s Bowery Ballroom in the process. That all goes without mentioning the 270 million streams they’ve notched across streaming platforms and multiple gold ARIA-accredited tracks in their home country, making waves wherever they set their sights.