Multi-talented, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker returns with his new single “comethru” today. COMPLEX praises the song saying, “Zucker's smooth vocals glide over bright strums of a guitar as he sings about his summer on the mellow track.”
“comethru” follows the massive success of Zucker’s viral hit “all the kids are depressed,” which has over 28 million Spotify streams to date, and its powerful video directed by Drew Kirsch (Felix Jaehn, blackbear, Louis the Child, Quinn XCII), which has over 5 million views to date.
Zucker will embark on his first-ever North American headlining tour called the “anything, anywhere” Tour later this month, which is almost completely sold out—see the full list of dates below.
On the inspiration behind “comethru,” Zucker says, “‘comethru’ is basically a response to the way I felt after graduating college this past May and moving back home to New Jersey into the same house where I grew up. It felt strange leaving school with a record deal to make music in my parent's basement. Summer, to me, is supposed to feel like freedom, youth, happiness. I spent most of my summer alone, writing music in that basement and figuring out if and where I would move before leaving for tour this fall. ‘comethru’ is really a song about balance.”
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.