GRIFF’s brand new single ‘Miss Me Too’, is available now on Warner Music. The track received its first play as BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Record with Clara Amfo and drops alongside a stunning video directed by Colin Solal Cardo.

With global live dates this year already under her belt across Australia, SE Asia and the US, Griff’s UK & European tour kicks off next month including a date at Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on Tuesday 26th March 2024. 

‘Miss Me Too’ is a euphoric, existential banger about finding your way back to yourself, and the little-discussed irony of losing confidence as you grow supposedly older and wiser. Over dynamic beats and soaring, cinematic synths, Griff’s knockout vocal is both affecting (“I miss sleeping to the sound of the kids next door”) and ultimately liberated by expression: a positive energy captured in the track’s stunning video, with choreography that channels that chaotic and communal breakthrough from despair into joy.


Commenting on the single, Griff says: 

“Miss Me Too’ is about being stuck in this hollow version of yourself after heartbreak and growing up, and wondering where the version of yourself that once had faith in the world and love. I wrote this in one of the many little Airbnbs I booked to hide out and write my new music in. I texted Lostboy and SIBA my location (who I worked with on ‘Black Hole’) and we converted the kitchen/living-room into a studio to write ‘Miss Me Too.”

‘Miss Me Too’ continues to build the world around Griff’s bold new era. Last year saw the release of first single ‘Vertigo’ – a dizzying anthem about the emotional disorientation of your early twenties, and life lived upside down by the UK’s standout new pop star.

A surprise chapter of music, vert1go vol.1, soon followed, including the gorgeous ballad ‘Astronaut’ (which featured songwriting-hero and touring partner Chris Martin on piano). Entwined by the teething issues of young adulthood, this raw and atmospheric volume turned the tumultuousness of coming-of-age into a source of future-power. 

On ‘Miss Me Too’,  Griff picks up that story from a more colourful, confident – but equally confessional – place. Throughout, the BRITs Rising Star winner draws on her sideways origin-story, from her unorthodox Chinese-Jamaican outsider-status growing up to launching an international music career from the confines of her bedroom.

Lockdown mixtape One Foot Front Of The Other became the first from a female artist to go top 5, with tours alongside some of today’s biggest artists – Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa and Florence + the Machine – in which Griff has refined both her sound, and her sense of self.

With a 360-approach on everything from production, fashion and design to the spiral motif connecting the project’s themes – and her new signature haircut – in 2024 Griff will take fans on a creative journey that ‘Miss Me Too’ suggests must ultimately start with you.