It’s not often you find music that resonates on all levels, music that connects with the mind, body and soul. New artist Jeremy Pascal has flipped the narrative of mindless listening with their introspectively engaging and vibey sound. With its intricacies of production choices, funereal lyrics and unforgettable melodies, new single “Good Drugs” has you swallowing hook, line and sinker as it reels you in. In the same vein as trailblazers like Juice WRLD and Lil Peep, while taking influence from old-school Green Day, this new band will appeal to fans of 21 Pilots and Post Malone.
Jeremy Pascal’s debut track “Good Drugs” is a sonic diary that defines a large part of lyricist and vocalist Tino’s life, breaking it down with the darkly realistic lines: “Fuck what all the other kids say, I’ll die tonight, but it’s gonna be alright. . .Time’s up anyway, all my friends are gone or they’re digging their own grave, you’re still on your phone, might end up in the morgue, bae.” Edgy vocals power over a pop-tinted, R&B-infused grunge soundscape that is filled with fervor, ingenuity, and a thundering beat. Jeremy Pascal possess a worldliness that’s evident upon first listen.
Through this new project, Jeremy Pascal – a collaboration by Tino Romana, Julian Propst, and Nico Winkler – serves as an emblem of creativity, ingenuity, but most importantly, survival.