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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our interview with Jeremy Zucker below!

Multi-Platinum Certified singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has unveiled his highly-anticipated new EP, is nothing sacred?. Across the release, the musician presents a carefully curated collection that breaks down the walls to offer a more intimate glimpse into his own thoughts and expressions.

Opening with his latest single cindy, Zucker sets the scene for the introspective body of work that is to follow. The track finds the musician opening himself to the thought of love and its luring nature. His compelling vocals float above a sparse soundscape, before the dulcet guitar melodies of internet crush lull you into a moment of contemplation. The song finds the musician commenting on the state of modern love and how technology and social media play into how we communicate and build relationships.

We shift to a mid-tempo pace on i need you (in my life), which at is simplest is a declaration love and acknowledging the grasp they hold over you. Pleading for another chance, tongue-and-cheek lyrics such as "Its not healthy moving on without me" capture. an almost manipulative side of relationships. The coupling of OK and a dying world finds Zucker showing compassion not only for people, but the world around him. OK finds him offering support to those who need help and reassurance when struggling with their own inner turmoil. Meanwhile, a dying world presents itself from a more pessimistic viewfinder - commenting on the damage humanity causes to our ecosystems driven by hope for the future generations.

“is nothing sacred? is a shout into the void. a question born of frustration, and a call to action. for a while, i thought it was cool to not care. it felt easier to lost myself in dopamine-fueled swipes than to call up a friend. i chose to be aloof instead of open – not by ego but out of fear. fear of rejection, fear of seeming awkward, fear of not fitting in. to me, not caring meant removing the possibility of getting hurt. it took me a long time to realize just how isolated that had made me. i think we’re losing sight of what makes it so special to be a human in this world: caring about people. being selfless, loyal. appreciating what’s in front of you.” the musician shares.

Last year, Zucker brought his live show to Australia, marking the musicians first tour down under. Visiting Perth, Sydney Melbourne and Brisbane, the musician was joined by rising singer/songwriter Adam Melchor. Zucker will return to Australia next month to perform at Splendour In The Grass alongside Lizzo, Flume, Mumford & Sons, Lewis Capaldi, Noah Cyrus. J Balvin, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Hilltop Hoods, Sam Fender, Idles, Little Simz, Slowthai, Tove Lo, Arlo Parks, Ball Park Music, Ruel, Loyle Carner, BENEE, Palace, Tkay Maidza. MAY-A, The Vanns, Teenage Dads, Forest Claudette, Royel Otis and more!

is nothing sacred? is out now!


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