Releases New Single and

Music Video for

“Drive Away”


Appearing on Boys of Summer Tour

This July and August


Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and viral creator Payton Moormeier, named an “Artist You Need To Hear” by Alternative Press, has released his new single/music video for pop punk escapism track “Drive Away.” PRESS HERE to watch the music video for the single which shows the singer playing hooky and driving away to bliss. Beginning this Saturday in Los Angelespayton will be headlining the Boys of Summer Tour alongside an eclectic lineup of talent of the next generation of stars. The 24-date outing will hit major markets across the country including New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, New Orleans and AtlantaPRESS HERE for all tour dates and ticketing info. “Drive Away” is the next single from payton’s growing collection where the singer has taken real life events and challenging situations that have transcended through his music. Creating songs that allows listeners to feel different emotions is what payton loves the most about being an artist and with each release, he offers his truth and inner-most thoughts through the best way he knows how: music.

“From the moment ‘Drive Away’ was written I knew it was a special one. I’m always excited about the music I release, but sometimes there’s the one that gets you very very hyped. I’ve been waiting for a long time to get this one out,” shares payton. “I hope it brings the same positive energy it’s given me since day one when they listen to it. Very excited to perform this one on tour and hyped to get on the road and perform across the country for the first time. Summer 2021 is going to be crazy.”

Since his debut one year ago, payton has released a string of buzzworthy singles that ooze emotion and vulnerability about the complexities of love including the recent release of insomniac guitar anthem about overthinking “3AM”the stripped down version “threeam.mp3,” and  “Nevermind”  which detail the feeling of being stuck in a relationship and not being able to let go. The single “Don’t Go” touched wanting a flame to stay so he can be his best self. His high octane music video for “Hard To Breathe” showed payton strapped to a hospital bed seeking aid for the loss of a lover. On “Habits,” a hummable riff cuts through hand claps, keys, and a skittering bounce as he delivers a hypnotic hook, “I can’t seem to fall asleep, cuz thoughts of you and me always seem to haunt my dreams, it was better you and me.” Payton‘s debut single, “Love Letter,” (released April 2020,) was inspired after a relationship ended abruptly leaving him with no closure that inspired him to tells his story through airy guitar, hip-hop beat craft, and lyrical vulnerability, turning up with a signature style of his own.

The Georgia-born and North Carolina-raised singer has been steadily building his fanbase over the past few years through his music and content and has attracted 40 million streams, nearly 14 million fans on TikTok760 million “likes,” and billions of views and impressions. With more music on the way, payton has become a disruptive force in pop and alternative music.