Guytano – She Knows (Spotify)

“One more intersting single is already available for our speakers. Original Synthpop sound followed by very emotional singing. We all know that music helps to communicate ourselves, but some really artistic talent is always needed to produce a high level song like "Guytano" did. ”

-Nagamag.com

The new single “She Knows” is set to release in early June, with Jon Gilmore (The 1975) mixing. This song embodies the excess of Vegas and tells the story of losing everything in sin city. From the music video to the album art, the aesthetic is overwhelmingly consistent with everything you’d find walking down ‘the strip

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Minnesota based Guytano is made up of brothers Grant and Eddie Hamilton along with Isaac Hesse and Colter Benoit. The band first met in 2010 while attending middle school in Sartell, Minnesota where they began covering punk rock songs eventually finding their own synth based pop rock sound behind the songs of the bands Grant Hamilton.

In 2016 Guytano released their self-produced debut album, ‘I Am Inside My Body’, which was recorded with Aaron Ankrum and mastered by Huntley Miller. The song “Fall Back In Your Arms” received an immediate response on digital streaming services, college and commercial radio, and became an instant fan favorite at their live shows. Music from their debut album also appeared on numerous television networks including NASCAR, Discovery, and MTV’s The Real World and Teen Mom 2.

Guytano began releasing new music in the summer of 2018 led by the singles “Please Say No“ and “Burn It Slow”. With over 4 million streams on Spotify and a dedicated, cult-like fanbase. Guytano has been able to find their place in the Minneapolis scene and beyond. Guytano has been consistently releasing singles and music videos over the course of the pandemic to keep their fans engaged and invested into the community they’ve built. The new single “She Knows” is set to release in early June, with Jon Gilmore (The 1975) mixing. This song embodies the excess of Vegas and tells the story of losing everything in sin city. From the music video to the album art, the aesthetic is overwhelmingly consistent with everything you’d find walking down ‘the strip’.