#MondayMood Daya – Don’t Call

GRAMMY-winning artist Daya returns with her new single “Don’t Call,” a heartfelt pop ballad with electronic elements. Her soulful voice shines as she sings about getting over someone. The song features soft chords and evolves into a light drum’n’bass influence during its powerful moments. Daya celebrated the release with a listening party in Los Angeles on June 27th, a day before the official release. Don’t miss “Don’t Call,” expected to be a summer hit.

‘Don’t Call’ has had this magical pull ever since we created it and I’m so excited for it to be out,” says Daya. “It feels like a song I’ve always wanted to put into the world and a big emotional release for me; I hope people will feel that in the music.” –

Pittsburgh native Daya has been passionate about music since childhood. She achieved early success with her double-platinum hit “Hide Away” and a GRAMMY win before turning 20. Collaborating with The Chainsmokers on “Don’t Let Me Down,” which reached #3 on the Hot 100 chart, solidified her pop star status. Despite major-label success, Daya sought creative control, releasing EPs showcasing her blend of pop, R&B, and electronic sounds. Her music now includes folk, pop-punk, and alternative influences.

Daya’s collaborations, like the Top 40 Canadian hit “Love You More” with Felix Cartal, show her genre-blending talent. She has performed on popular TV shows and has a strong social media presence with over 3.8M followers, resonating with Gen Z and the LGBTQ+ community.