It was just a few short months ago that Jeremy Zucker sat in his childhood New Jersey home, feeling stressed and complacent. Ironically, he already had a buzzing single “all the kids are depressed,” sold over 500,000 singles and inked a deal with Republic Records. He graduated from Colorado College with a degree in Molecular Biology and would be putting that aside to finally pursue his dream of making music. “It was a weird dichotomy of graduating college and now having all this freedom yet living in my childhood home for the summer,” he recalls. “I couldn’t wait to get out.” He did what he does best: made music about it.
His new single “comethru” encapsulates that feeling of isolation. “It’s a pretty happy sounding acoustic song, yet the lyrics are about driving myself crazy in my childhood home,” the now NYC resident adds. “I needed company, basically.” The song appears on Zucker’s upcoming EP summer, a project that details his switch from college obligations to now an endless summer of doing what he loves. As Jeremy Zucker enters this next phase of his career, he brings a new love letter to life that fans will undoubtedly connect with.
His new project summer, will extend that sentiment of reaching the emotions of the listener, rather than blanketed subject matter. “For me the music is about the feeling and connecting with individuals than addressing a widespread topic,” he explains. Always from the heart, the songs take you on a journey that speak to the fans, yet still remain at the core of Jeremy Zucker’s identity. “That’s what makes my music unique: I don’t listen to it thinking is this what people are gonna think is dope?” he says. “It’s like no, it’s what I think is dope. That’s my compass.”
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