In Jeremy Zucker's video for "all the kids are depressed", the singer features the true stories of six kids managing life with depression.
Before entrancing listeners across the world, 21-year-old singer, songwriter, and producer Jeremy Zucker had been quietly carving out his distinct sound from a bedroom in suburban New Jersey. A fusion of organic airy beats, lush soundtrack-style soundscapes, and biting tumblr-worthy lyricism, Zuckers catalog is eclectic: equally care-free and effortless as it is introspectively cathartic. A self-described social introvert, Zucker cites Jon Bellion, Blackbear, EDEN, Bon Iver, and Wet among his strongest influences.
In the summer of 2015, Zucker released his first official EP entitled Beach Island. The project saw a small amount of success and from there Zucker steadily began to build a dedicated fan base. Later that year he released a stream of singles that would eventually be packaged together as an EP titled Breathe. The projects breakout single Bout It quickly garnered millions of streams as it organically spread across Soundcloud and Spotify, drawing the attention of curators and fans across the world. In 2016 Zucker released his third EP, Motions, which featured Heavy, a song that was later remixed by the recording artist Blackbear who reached out to Jeremy after stumbling across his music on Soundcloud. The remix, "Make Daddy Proud," was released on Blackbears latest LP Digital Druglord. 2017 continues the upward trend for Zucker; he recently signed with Republic Records and is currently gearing up for his major label debut.