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At first, “Only One” seems romantic and glamorous, as Grady spills lines like “Sit and talk to her for hours / Always been the boy in flowers” and pours drinks while puffing a joint. But when the singer reveals that “She not the only one” and rides off to get intoxicated with another girl, “Only One” takes a twist to portray the shallowness of undiluted hedonism.

Produced by Whethan and Rogét Chahayed, “Only One” is subtly sad and exhilarating at the same time, carried by Grady’s catchy melodies and reverb-saturated guitar chords. Check out the music video below.