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PREMIERE: Hazlett Learns To Embrace The Inevitable In ‘Fireworks’

Written by Jackson Langford on March 7, 2019

Hazlett has been cutting his teeth for a long time as a songwriter, not being afraid to shy away from brutal honestly and deep vulnerability, and his latest cut ‘Fireworks’ proves that completely.

It’s a slow burning song that discusses Hazlett’s – real name Mitchell Grant – slow acceptance that, ultimately, everything happens for a reason.

“I wrote this song after a night in Croatia with my then girlfriend,” Hazlett said in a statement.

“We bought some cheap fireworks from the corner store and set them off a rooftop after dinner. It was bittersweet, they made magic look so easy and all I wanted was for her to look at me like that. But I think if you have it, you have it. Love shouldn’t be work, love is magic.”

The song is the lead single from Hazlett’s second EPwhich is due out this Spring.

Listen to ‘Fireworks’ below.

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