July 25, 2024

Cody Simpson & the Tide
Release “Underwater” Single and Video

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Featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday

Cody Simpson & the Tide have released “Underwater.” Produced by Simpson and Adrian Cota, Cody’s latest track fuses catchy, beach-pop hooks, with rock-and-roll sensibility and electric beats. The video’s striking, underwater choreography perfectly encapsulates the feeling of a carefree summer. PRESS HERE to stream “Underwater” and PRESS HERE to check out Billboard’s first look of the track and its stunning video.

“I beyond stoked to share my next single, Underwater, with the world,” says Cody on the new track. “I’m taking a step in a new direction and it couldn’t feel better!”

Following the successful release of Cody Simpson & the Tide’s debut EP Wave One, “Underwater” is the latest step in his impressive career. PRESS HERE to listen to “Waiting for the Tide” from Wave One EP. Pulling inspiration from surf music, rock, and psychedelia, Cody has collaborated with everyone from Ziggy Marley and Asher Roth, to Justin Bieber (Home to Mama), garnering critical acclaim for his last two releases from the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard, Nylon, MTV, and more. An environmentalist and philanthropist, Cody has done extensive work with the Special Olympics and is the United Nation’s first ever Ocean Advocate, which saw him speak at the UN for World Oceans Day and spend time in Costa Rica to see how it’s become one of the greenest countries on Earth. PRESS HERE to watch the video.

Cody Simpson has been working towards the Tide for his entire career. “The reason behind the name was I wanted this body of work to be an audio replication of what the Tide is as an element of nature,” he leaves off. “During that one summer, I had so many revelatory experiences. I wanted to be an exemplar of the Tide’s flow. It was about taking people back to that primitive innocence and being able to appreciate that. Music is the best vehicle to do so.”

Watch this space for more music coming soon from Cody Simpson & the Tide!

(photo credit: Logan Rauhut)