Premiere: Jeremy Zucker's "comethru" Is an Ode to His Transitional Summer
22-year-old singer/songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker's new song "comethru" will land on an upcoming EP that focuses on his shift away from college to a full-time music career.
A few months ago, 22-year-old singer/songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker released a single called "all the kids are depressed" that quickly racked up millions of plays, then graduated from Colorado College with a degree in molecular biology.
After his eventful spring, Zucker moved back into his childhood home and took advantage of the downtime to write new music before an upcoming fall tour. So he headed down to the basement, contemplated the transitional period he found himself in, and came out with a song called "comethru." Zucker's smooth vocals glide over bright strums of a guitar as he sings about his summer on the mellow track.
Zucker tells Complex, "'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."
The song will land on an upcoming EP that focuses on Zucker's shift away from college to a full-time music career. Hear the premiere of "comethru" up top and continue for a complete list of his upcoming fall tour dates.
Fall 2018 Tour Dates:
September 19 / Chapel Hill, NC / Local 506
September 20 / Columbus, OH / The Basement
September 21 / Philadelphia, PA / The Foundry
September 24 / Allston, MA / Great Scott
September 26 / Toronto, Canada / Velvet Underground
September 27 / Ann Arbor, MI / The Blind Pig
September 28 / Chicago, IL / Beat Kitchen
October 3 / Omaha, NE / Slowdown Front Room
October 4 / Denver, CO / Larimer Lounge
October 5 / Salt Lake City, UT / Kilby Court
October 8 / Seattle, WA / The Crocodile
October 9 / Portland, OR / Hawthorne Lounge
October 11 / San Francisco, CA / Brick & Mortar
October 13 / San Diego, CA / Irenic
October 15 / Los Angeles / The Roxy Theatre
October 16 / Phoenix, AZ / Valley Bar
October 18 / Dallas, TX / HOB Cambridge Room
October 19 / Austin, TX / Parish
October 20 / Houston, TX / HOB Bronze Peacock
October 22 / Atlanta, GA / Vinyl
October 24 / Washington, DC / U Street Music Hall
October 25 / New York, NY / Bowery Ballroom