Garrett kicked off 2021 with the single 'Be', which was written, produced and mixed by Garrett at his home studio in Byron Bay at a time when the world had just begun to feel the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. He followed it up with 'Firestarter', co-written with Australian singer-songwriter Ainslie Wills, and 'Never Be Us', which came from a poignant conversation Garrett had with his six-year-old daughter about the Black Lives Matter protests in America. Most recently, he released 'Delusional', which was co-written by Aussie singer/songwriter (and doctor) Sophie Payten (aka Gordi) and born out of a conversation about Covid-19 conspiracy theories and misinformation causing hysteria around the globe.
Known for his reflective musings on love, life and vices, singer-songwriter and platinum-award winning producer Garrett’s unique style of folk-pop is catching fire around the globe. A string of powerful releases, including sophomore albumhemispheres, has seen him perform sold-out shows alongside Damien Rice and Ziggy Alberts and amass over 75 million worldwide streams.
Australian tastemaker triple j dubbed Garrett as the “producer and musician behind some of the most prominent sounds coming out the Byron Bay's booming buskers scene,” and rightly so; 'Kumamoto' was self-produced by Garrett at his home studio, where he has also worked with a string of artists including Julia Stone, Pete Murray, Tones and I, Kyle Lionhart, Riley Pearce, Pierce Brothers, Jack Botts and more.