He's toured with the likes of Chance the Rapper and Flume. She's on Rolling Stone's list of "10 New Artists You Need To Know". In a can-I-make-it-any-more-obvious sort of way, it was inevitable that Sweater Beats would eventually team up with rising pop/singer-songwriter queen Hayley Kiyoko.
Sweater Beats says:
Glory Days is super special to me, I’ve never made a song quite like it before. I think this song bridges my Soundcloud roots into the pop world. And I’m so glad I got to work with Hayley Kiyoko and turn it into a smash. We’re coming out swingin’ representing for Asians!"
And he is right – Kiyoko's vocal proves a perfect way to blend his R&B house vibe with a newer, fresh and distinctly pop sound. "Glory Days" is a track about letting loose. Both the infectious beat and the rousing, anthem-like chorus urge listeners not to sweat the small stuff and dance like no one is watching.