Courtesy of Big Machine Records

LOS ANGELES, CA (June 26, 2020) – Multi-faceted artist Gunnar Gehl is melting hearts with his triumphant new single “Can’t Say No,” available now. Gehl co-wrote the Julian Bunetta and Afterhrs produced track, which offers an infectious collision of guitar-fueled Rock and timeless Pop. That collaborative effort brought to life a love worth risking it all for, as the chorus swells: I just can’t say no when you look at me that way / I’d jump across this / World to see your face just for one second of one day / And I’m never gonna let you go. Watch the lyric video here:
“Can’t Say No’ is one of my favorite songs I’ve been a part of. It’s a story about the helpless feeling of being so into someone that you just can’t say no to anything.
I love how much energy this song brings, and I can’t wait to jump to it when we get back to live shows.”  – Gunnar Gehl 
Gearing up for his forthcoming debut project, “Can’t Say No” follows the California-native’s first single, “For Your Love”. Giving a further glimpse into what’s to come from the rising young artist, Gehl hosts a weekly YouTube Live Series, “Sunset Sessions” offering acoustic versions of fan favorites – check it out every Sunday at 7PM PT. 
Gunnar Gehl is known for showcasing his gift for crafting bright melodies, arena-ready choruses, and lyrics both intensely personal and infinitely relatable. At just 19-years-old, Gunnar is working around the clock with a collection of hit songwriter-producers including Julian Bunetta and John Ryan as well as The Monsters & Strangerz, among others. Gunnar has certainly come a long way since he formed a garage band at age eight with his buddies. Just over a year ago, he hit the stage for his official live debut, blowing the doors off Seattle’s 1,000-capacity Neptune Theatre opening for PRETTYMUCH. As he prepares to introduce his music to the world, Gunnar holds one major hope for his debut project: to expand and deepen that already-close connection with his fans. For the latest updates, visit