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Inbox Jukebox Presents: Gavin Haley’s New Song “96”

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Today’s Inbox Jukebox Presents is about to pull at your heartstrings and get you swaying. Gavin Haley’s sweet new song “96” is a lifetime promise of devotion through the good and hard times.

“‘96’ is for truly for everyone. It’s a feel good love song and you can really play it everywhere,” Haley says. The reason the song is so universal is it simply tells the truth about love—not just romance. “96” takes you through the highs and lows of loving somebody else and being their true partner. “All my heart is here for you / Baby call me crazy / Could you maybe / Love me ’til I’m 96,” Haley sings and you’ll feel the emotion in his voice.

“‘96’ is for truly for everyone. It’s a feel good love song and you can really play it everywhere.

At first the indie pop melody lets the words take hold—the guitars begin softly and you’ll snap your fingers as Haley’s vocals pull you in. Then the “woahs” come in to sweep you off your feet. Each part of the song weaves together to tell a passionate tale of forever.

“I had so much fun creating this song with my friends and I think that amazing, genuine and authentic energy comes out when you first hear it,” Haley says. You can tell his heart has been poured into this ballad—and now he’s about to steal your heart too with “96”:

Fun Facts:

  • Gavin Haley is an accomplished pro-cyclist that race with the national cycling team here in the U.S.
  • While competing in cycling in Europe, Haley suffered a collapsed lung. His down time in Europe led him to explore Europe’s underground music scene, finding inspiration for his own sound.

Keep up with Gavin Haley:

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