Coyle Girelli

Coyle Girelli

Coyle Girelli is an English multi-platinum selling composer, singer, songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist. Formerly lead singer and songwriter of UK alternative bands Your Vegas and The Chevin, he released his debut solo album, Love Kills, in 2018. His follow up solo album is scheduled for release in 2021.

He co-wrote the BTS number 1 single “Heartbeat,” and has written songs for numerous major artists including Macklemore, Robin Schulz, Westlife (“Last Mile of the Way” on their multiplatinum Greatest Hits album.)

Girelli has also found success in musical theater, co-composing songs for the record breaking French musicals Robin Des Bois and Les Trois Mousquetaires. He is currently working on several new musical theater projects in New York with various Broadway production companies.

His many songwriting collaborations include Linda Perry (Pink, Christina Aguilera), Amy Allen (Halsey, Sam Smith), The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber), Scott Harris (Shawn Mendes) RedOne (Lady Gaga, Enrique), Mac Davis (Elvis Presley, Avicii, Bruno Mars), LP (Rihanna), Kara DioGuardi (Kelly Clarkson, Brittany Spears), Steve Robson (One Direction, Olly Murs), Aalias (DJ Snake, Eminem), Dot Da Genious (Kid Cudi), Sterling Fox (Lana Del Rey, Adam Lambert), JR Rotem (Rihanna, Jason Derulo), Sam Endicott (The Bravery, Christina Aguilera).

Girelli is a co-founder of several highly successful music companies including Honey Lemon Records, Chill Caterpillar, and Chill Palm. His labels’ releases have generated billions of streams across DSPs.

He is also a co-founder of music collective, the New York Imagination Society and a collaborator in the Up Until Now Collective producing new interdisciplinary work that explores empathy, intimacy, and community, and seeks to challenge the status quo by building new structures for artistic creation.