After amassing millions of streams and building a devout fanbase, rising vocal phenomenon Camylio releases a new single entitled “Monsters” via Mercury Records/Republic Records.

Setting the stage for the song, a series of posts for “Monsters” ignited over 1 million total views online, building anticipation for its arrival. The track’s stark piano draws a spotlight to Camylio’s traffic-stopping voice. He carries the verses with unfiltered and unbridled emotion before his robust vocals ignite pure catharsis on the chorus, “I’ve tried turning down the monsters living in my head.” Ultimately, “Monsters” illuminates Camylio’s uncanny ability to reflect an entire wavelength of feeling through his delivery.

On the song, Camylio says, “‘Monsters’ is more than just a breakup song for me. It acknowledges the battle inside your own head when going through a split, and that sometimes fighting your own thoughts can be more difficult than actually losing someone. Even the story the song tells is literally about me longing for someone who doesn’t love me back, which ‘should’ be a simple thing. I was trying to capture the reality that sometimes we can let go of who they are, but not who we want them to be.”

Fans have anxiously awaited the arrival of “Monsters,” as Camylio performed the song live this summer while on tour with Dean Lewis.

“Monsters” arrives on the heels of the fan favorite “I Tried,” released earlier this year. In addition to gathering nearly 6 million Spotify streams and 126K YouTube views on the music video, Camylio continues to attract fervent fans on social media, nearing 4 million followers on TikTok. Simultaneously, “Is It Love”—his recent collaboration with Quarterhead—has already amassed 1 million-plus Spotify streams.