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Bea Miller – wisdom teeth

Bea Miller has released her new song wisdom teeth today, her first new music of the year. On the lush new track, Miller meditates on the lost innocence of her childhood as she recalls a time when she was four years old, staring at herself in the mirror in her tutu during her dance recital. Over the bouncy synths, she sings, I used to be so happy/No matter what happened to me/But when they pulled my teeth out /Lost the wisest part.

Listen to wisdom teeth here and view the official video, which had its broadcast premiere on MTV Live and MTVU and was directed by Gina Gizella, here.

In tandem with today’s release, Bea Miller has also announced that her new EP, elated!, will be released on October 23. With elated!, Bea sought to make her most honest body of work yet and gets even more personal and political while remaining as ferocious as ever. The new EP will feature wisdom teeth and several new tracks. More details, including the EP’s track listing, will be revealed soon.

In addition to releasing new music, Bea will return to the stage next weekend performing from Los Angeles’Teragram Ballroom for Save Our Stages#SOSFEST, a three day virtual festival (Oct. 16-18) from YouTube Music and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) to help save independent venues across the U.S. #SOSFEST will stream live on NIVA’s official YouTube channel here with Bea’s set simultaneously streaming on her YouTube Channel here

Declared a “force of nature” by Paper Magazine, Bea continues to demonstrate her maturity as both an artist and songwriter. While wisdom teeth is the first new music she’s released this year, her single feel something has become a massive streaming hit in 2020 with over 155 million streams since its release. Released in 2019, feel something has become a fan favorite on TikTok where the song has amassed over 3.4 billion video views and over 1.3 million video creations in part, thanks to the Euphoria Makeup Challenge.

ABOUT BEA MILLER: At only 21, Bea Miller has achieved impressive milestones including garnering over 2 billion streams to date. Paper Magazine included her in their Predictions: 100 People Taking Over 2019 and also named her one of 100 Women Revolutionizing Pop. Her 2019 single feel something has become a viral hit on TikTok nearly a year after its release and amassed almost 155 million streams worldwide to date. Her previous projects include aurora (2018) and the gold-selling single like that; three EPs released throughout 2017; and her 2015 debut LP, which charted top 10 on the Billboard 200 and featured two gold-selling hit singles. Miller has collaborated with NOTD on the global dance hit I WANNA KNOW, (which amassed over 239 million global streams on Spotify and nearly 20 million video views to date), and Jeremy Zucker on comethru.

Last year, she also teamed up with Jessie Reyez on FEELS LIKE HOME, 6lack on it’s not u it’s me and UK duo Snakehips NEVER GONNA LIKE YOU. In 2019, she also headlined her first tour, nice to meet u, selling out venues across North America. She made her festival debuts at Lollapalooza, Firefly, Outside Lands, Bumbershoot, Life is Beautiful and Austin City Limits among others. Bea wrapped up the year with a second successful headline tour, sunsets in outerspace, which not only hit venue across North American, but took her to Europe, making stops in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.

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Jeremy Zucker – supercuts

Today, Platinum-Certified singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker unveils the video for his latest single, “supercuts”—watch HERE!

Directed by Jason Lester [JP Saxe & Julia Michaels, Lauv, Fall Out Boy] and shot in Los Angeles, the feel-good video celebrates the last days of a suburban summer and brings the sunny “supercuts” to life. Since its release, “supercuts” has amassed over 15 million global streams and 2 million lyric video views. Earlier this month, Zucker made his late night television debut performing the song socially-distanced in New York on The Late Late Show with James Corden—watch the performance HERE!

Of the video, Jeremy says, “For the music video, I wanted to play off of iconic, memorable images from my upbringing in a very typical American suburb. The crew and I had a lot of fun capturing these moments using interesting angles, surrealist creative direction and just giving me the space to feel comfortable being myself on camera.”

“supercuts” was co-written and co-produced by Jeremy and Max Martin’s MXM camp in Stockholm, Sweden. Sunny guitar strums back-and-forth, as Zucker candidly details being in a relationship that you know is inevitably going to fail. Minimal instrumentation and bright chords offset the sing-song hook, “I don’t want to make your momma cry at dinner and see her at the mall next winter, at Supercuts, she hates my guts, well alright.”

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Jeremy Zucker Makes Late Night Television Debut with “supercuts”

LISTEN TO “supercuts” HERE
WATCH THE LYRIC VIDEO HERE

Last night, Platinum-Certified singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker made his late night television debut performing his new single “supercuts” on The Late Late Show with James Corden—watch the performance HERE!

The live performance, shot socially distanced at New York’s MAISON 10 art gallery, brings Zucker’s feel-good summertime anthem to life. In just a few short weeks, “supercuts” has amassed over 10 million global streams nearly 2 million lyric video views, as the song was hailed by UPROXX as a “feel-good single” and praised by HYPEBAE as “a bright, summer anthem.”

“supercuts” was co-written and co-produced by Jeremy and Max Martin’s MXM camp in Stockholm, Sweden. Sunny guitar strums back-and-forth, as Zucker candidly details being in a relationship that you know is inevitably going to fail. Minimal instrumentation and bright chords offset the sing-song hook, “I don’t want to make your momma cry at dinner and see her at the mall next winter, at Supercuts, she hates my guts, well alright.”

Stay tuned for more to come from Jeremy Zucker very soon!

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Jeremy Zucker – Album Release Date

JEREMY ZUCKER TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM love is not dying ON APRIL 17TH

FEATURES NEW SINGLES “not ur friend,” “always, i’ll care” and “julia”

“This whole album was written in isolation, so it’s definitely meant to be listened to in isolation. I hope that ‘love is not dying’ brings you comfort, understanding and perspective during this strange time.” – Jeremy Zucker

Singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker is set to release his highly anticipated debut album, love is not dying, on April 17th—the album is available for pre-order now HERE.

The 13-track project is an intensely personal body of work, where even at times Zucker speaks through his lyrics to his loved ones and his fans. It was written, recorded and produced by Jeremy in his Brooklyn studio, outside of the lead single, “not ur friend,” which was co-written in collaboration with Max Martin’s MXM team and produced by Zucker, amassing over 10 million Spotify streams to date. love is not dying also features recently released tracks, “always, i’ll care” and “julia.” See the full track list below.

This summer, Zucker will embark on his North American and European “love is not dying” Tour—see the full list of upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are on sale now HERE.

love is not dying arrives hot on the heels of Zucker’s 2019 collaboration with Chelsea Cutler, brent, and their global viral hit, “you were good to me,” which has garnered over 120 million Spotify streams to date and is now Gold Certified. Jeremy’s 2018 breakout smash, “comethru,” is also Gold Certified with over 820 million streams. With over two billion global streams across his catalogue, Zucker has amassed 15 million Spotify monthly listeners, placing him in the top 200 most listened to artists in the world.

ABOUT JEREMY ZUCKER
Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 24-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his first EP as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology, and by 2017 he had signed a major label record deal with Republic Records. Since then, he has released four EP’s with breakthrough singles, such as “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, “all the kids are depressed” and his biggest song to date, the Gold Certified hit, “comethru.” Overall, Zucker has already crossed over a staggering two billion total streams on his catalogue, as he gears up for his debut album, love is not dying, set for release on April 17th.

love is not dying Track List:
1. “intro”
2. “we’re fucked it’s fine”
3. “somebody loves u”
4. “orchid”
5. “lakehouse”
6. “good for her”
7. “not ur friend”
8. “full stop”
9. “julia”
10. “hell or flying”
11. “always, i’ll care”
12. “brooks interlude”
13. “oh, mexico”

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Jeremy Zucker – “julia”

JEREMY ZUCKER UNVEILS NEW TRACK “julia” FROM DEBUT ALBUM love is not dying OUT THIS SPRING

VIDEO FOR LEAD SINGLE “not ur friend” OUT NOW

LISTEN TO “julia” HERE 

WATCH THE “not ur friend” VIDEO HERE  

Today, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker gifts his fans with a new track off his upcoming debut album, love is not dying, called “julia”—listen HERE!

Of “julia,” Jeremy says, “I wrote this song over a year ago, right when I got home from my first US headline tour. ‘julia’ is a song about self-realization and closure. It was the first song I finished for the album, and it encapsulates the most important emotions and feelings that come up in the album.”

“julia” follows Zucker’s lead single, “not ur friend,” which he released the official video for last week—watch it HERE! The video is directed by Hayley Bowman and edited by Jeremy alongside Stefan Kohli. “not ur friend,” which was co-written in collaboration with Max Martin’s MXM team and produced by Zucker, has already amassed nearly 10 million Spotify streams to date.

This summer, Zucker will embark on his North American and European “love is not dying” Tour—see the full list of upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are on sale now at www.jeremyzuckermusic.com.

love is not dying arrives hot on the heels of Zucker’s 2019 collaboration with Chelsea Cutler, brent, and their global viral hit, “you were good to me,” which has garnered nearly 120 million Spotify streams to date and is now Gold Certified. Jeremy’s 2018 breakout smash, “comethru,” is also Gold Certified with over 820 million streams. With over two billion global streams across his catalogue, Zucker has amassed 15 million Spotify monthly listeners, placing him in the top 200 most listened to artists in the world.

ABOUT JEREMY ZUCKER
Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 24-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his first EP as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology, and by 2017 he had signed a major label record deal with Republic Records. Since then, he has released four EP’s with breakthrough singles, such as “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, “all the kids are depressed” and his biggest song to date, the Gold Certified hit, “comethru.” Overall, Zucker has already crossed over a staggering two billion total streams on his catalogue, as he gears up for his debut album, love is not dying, coming this spring.

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Jeremy Zucker – not ur friend

Singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker debuts the video for his latest single, “not ur friend,” today—watch HERE! The video is directed by Hayley Bowman and edited by Jeremy alongside Stefan Kohli. “not ur friend,” which was co-written in collaboration with Max Martin’s MXM team and produced by Zucker, is taken from his highly anticipated debut album, love is not dying, out later this spring.
 
Of the inspiration behind the video, Jeremy says, “We really just wanted to make a fun, lighthearted video, which is something I don’t get the opportunity to do often. We experimented with new colors and aesthetics to give it a different feeling and look. Given the sentiment of the song, it felt like the right time to take a bit of a different approach to the video too.”
 
This summer, Zucker will embark on his North American and European “love is not dying” Tour, which includes stops at New York’s Terminal 5 on June 18th, Los Angeles’ The Novo on July 17th, two stops at San Francisco’s The Fillmore on July 11th and 12th and more, and make his debut performance at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 21st alongside fellow Mutual Friends artists Quinn XCII, Chelsea Cutler, ayokay—see the full list of upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.jeremyzuckermusic.com/.
 
“not ur friend” arrives hot on the heels of Zucker’s 2019 collaboration with Chelsea Cutler, brent, and their global viral hit, “you were good to me,” which has garnered over 115 million Spotify streams to date and is now Gold Certified. Jeremy’s 2018 breakout smash, “comethru,” is also Gold Certified with over 820 million streams. With over two billion global streams across his catalogue, Zucker has amassed 15 million Spotify monthly listeners, placing him in the top 200 most listened to artists in the world.
 
Stay tuned as Jeremy Zucker gears up for a massive 2020!
 
ABOUT JEREMY ZUCKER

Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 23-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his first EP as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology, and by 2017 he had signed a major label record deal with Republic Records. Since then, he has released four EP’s with breakthrough singles, such as “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, “all the kids are depressed” and his biggest song to date, the Gold Certified hit, “comethru.” Overall, Zucker has already crossed over a staggering two billion total streams on his catalogue, as he gears up for his debut album, love is not dying, coming this spring.

*Photo credit: Meredith Truax

Jeremy Zucker and Chelsea Cutler “You Were Good To Me”

Today, singers, songwriters and producers Jeremy Zucker and Chelsea Cutler team up to release their new single, “you were good to me,” out now via Republic Records. The song also arrives with the video—watch it HERE!
 

LISTEN TO “you were good to me” HERE! 
 
Of “you were good to me,” Chelsea says, “Jeremy and I stayed in a cabin in Connecticut last year where we wrote our song ‘better off.’ That trip inspired some of our best writing, so we decided to go back a year later. ‘you were good to me’ is the first song we wrote up there and showcases, to me at least, how well we bring out the most honest artistry in each other.”
 
Jeremy chimes in, saying, “The cabin was basically a recording studio built in an old carriage house. The walls were lined with vintage guitars, keyboards, drums, and loads of random items that we ended up putting in our song. In between writing sessions, we would hike, watch movies, or just talk about life. The music really represents how we felt at that cabin: inspired, wholesome, and introspective.”
 
Recently finishing his sold out European and UK
 anything, anywhere Tour and her sold out North American Sleeping With Roses II Tour, fans can expect more new music from Jeremy and Chelsea this year.
 
When
 Jeremy Zucker and Chelsea Cutler joined forces for “you were good to me,” it was much more than two rising stars combining their natural-born talents; it was two friends sharing their personal conversations (set to music) with the rest of the world. Over the past few years, Zucker has galvanized a dedicated fan base with his early independently-released EPs and continued with his breakout singles “talk is overrated” ft. blackbear in 2017 and “all the kids are depressed” in 2018. He’s continued his upward mobility by outdoing himself with “comethru,” which has reached a staggering 80 million Spotify streams and 35 million video views. Meanwhile, Cutler has become a force, starting with a series of covers on Soundcloud that gave way to her own self-written and self-produced work, like 2017’s “Your Shirt,” which cracked the Spotify charts with over 62 million streams, and her two-part Sleeping With Roses mixtape series in 2018. Both artists have been paving the way in their respective lanes; however, their union was serendipitous, happening in 2016 at a college neither of them attended: The University of Connecticut. Fast forward three years and two signings with Republic Records, there was no better time to make music together. Returning to a cabin in Connecticut where they first collaborated on their duet single “better off,” Zucker and Cutler wrote and recorded “you were good to me,” a reflective piece on lost love.
 

Jeremy Zucker “comethru” Remix

Today, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker releases a remix of his breakout hit “comethru” featuring Bea Miller. Listen HERE!

“comethru,” taken from Jeremy’s latest EP summer, has an impressive 66 million streams on Spotify, and its video has over 24 million views to date and is featured on YouTube’s “Artist On The Rise” Trending Tab. On working with Bea to bring this remix to life, Jeremy says, “It’s been amazing to see how well this song has been received. I wanted to do something exciting for my fans and give it a new spin. I’ve been a fan of Bea for long time and thought she’d be the perfect addition the song. We got together a couple of weeks ago to make this remix, and I’m psyched about the way it came out.”

Recently returning from a sold out European and UK headline tour, fans can expect new music from Jeremy this spring.

Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 23-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his EP breathe as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology. He cranked out songs in his dorm room and released them over Soundcloud—one every week. He later transferred them over to Spotify, where breathe’s lead single “Bout It” became the catalyst, hitting Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist. Following the massive streaming success of his 2017 single “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, 2018’s intensely personal EP glisten delivered the groundbreaking song “all the kids are depressed,” the first widespread glimpse into Zucker’s songwriting ethos. The track has over 56 million Spotify streams to date and its powerful video, directed by Drew Kirsch (Felix Jaehn, blackbear, Louis the Child, Quinn XCII), has over 7 million views to date. Last May, he graduated from Colorado College and put his degree aside to finally pursue his dream of making music, which resulted in his latest EP, summer,. As Zucker enters this next phase of his career, he brings a new love letter to life that fans will undoubtedly connect with.

Jeremy Zucker “Summer” EP

Multi-talented, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker’s latest EP summer, is out now—listen HERE. summer, features Zucker’s latest tracks, “thinking 2 much” and “comethru.”

Zucker is currently on his first-ever North American headline tour, the “anything, anywhere tour,” which is completely sold out. See the remaining dates below.

Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 22-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. As a child, he took piano and guitar lessons and formed a band with two friends from elementary school. By high school, he was writing lyrics and producing songs for other people. Eventually, Zucker recorded a rough demo, which became his first real release beach island in the summer of 2015. He followed it with breathe in the fall of that same year as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology. He cranked out songs in his dorm room and released them over Soundcloud—one every week. He later transferred them over to Spotify, where breathe’s lead single “Bout It” became the catalyst, hitting Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist.

From there Zucker released motions in 2017 and performed at his first sold-out show at The Studio of Webster Hall that summer. Following the massive streaming success of his 2017 single “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, 2018’s intensely personal EP glisten delivered the groundbreaking song “all the kids are depressed,” the first widespread glimpse into Zucker’s songwriting ethos. The track has over 30 million Spotify streams to date and its powerful video, directed by Drew Kirsch (Felix Jaehn, blackbear, Louis the Child, Quinn XCII), has over 5 million views to date. In May, he graduated from Colorado College and put his degree aside to finally pursue his dream of making music. As Zucker enters this next phase of his career, he brings a new love letter to life that fans will undoubtedly connect with.

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“Icy, minimal but tuneful electronic pop” – The New York Times

“glisten reflects Zucker’s dedication to creating music that echoes what’s happening during his life at a given moment.” – Billboard

[Of “comethru”] “Zucker’s smooth vocals glide over bright strums of a guitar as he sings about his summer on the mellow track.” – COMPLEX

[Of “better off”] “The 21-year-old takes it to the next level…a finely-wrought duet
with fellow Next Big Thing Chelsea Cutler.” – Idolator

Multi-talented, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker unveils his latest single “thinking 2 much” today—listen here. “thinking 2 much” and Zucker’s recently released single “comethru” are taken from his upcoming EP summer, set for release on September 28th.

Zucker just kicked off his first-ever North American headline tour, the “anything, anywhere tour,” of which 21 of the 23 shows sold out in advance of the tour. See the full list of dates below.

Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 22-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. As a child, he took piano and guitar lessons and formed a band with two friends from elementary school. By high school, he was writing lyrics and producing songs for other people. Eventually, Zucker recorded a rough demo, which became his first real release beach island in the summer of 2015. He followed it with breathe in the fall of that same year as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology. He cranked out songs in his dorm room and released them over Soundcloud—one every week. He later transferred them over to Spotify, where breathe’s lead single “Bout It” became the catalyst, hitting Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist.

From there Zucker released motions in 2017 and performed at his first sold-out show at The Studio of Webster Hall that summer. Following the massive streaming success of his 2017 single “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, 2018’s intensely personal EP glisten delivered the groundbreaking song “all the kids are depressed,” the first widespread glimpse into Zucker’s songwriting ethos. The track has over 30 million Spotify streams to date and its powerful video, directed by Drew Kirsch (Felix Jaehn, blackbear, Louis the Child, Quinn XCII), has over 5 million views to date. In May, he graduated from Colorado College and put his degree aside to finally pursue his dream of making music. As Zucker enters this next phase of his career, he brings a new love letter to life that fans will undoubtedly connect with. “comethru” and “thinking 2 much” set the stage for further music from Jeremy Zucker in 2018.
LISTEN TO “THINKING 2 MUCH” HERE

LISTEN TO “COMETHRU”

HERE

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