Watch: gnash releases nostalgia filled music video for 't-shirt'
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Los Angeles singer-songwriter gnash is gearing up for his debut studio album We, which drops on Jan. 11. With singles such as "The Broken Hearts Club" and "Nobody's Home". With those songs earning millions of plays on Spotify, the artist decided to unveil a new track titled "T-shirt". The music video, which was directed by Enzo Marc, finds the artist paying homage to bands such as Panic! at the Disco, My Chemical Romance, and Good Charlotte.

gnash will be on the road next month in support of his upcoming album. This tour features stops inside Kansas City's recordBar on January 28, Denver's Bluebird Theater on January 30, and Los Angeles' El Rey Theatre on February 8. Mallrat and Guardin will join gnash as support. Tickets are on sale right now. VIP packages, which include a one-hour arts and crafts session with the artist, are available as well.

We is available for pre-order here. The 13 track release includes his 2016 hit single "I Hate U, I Love U", which peaked at No.10 on the Billboard Top 100 chart. 2018 was a big year for the artist on Spotify with 263 million streams from 65 countries.