Nashville-producer Super Duper shares the ambient ‘Quiver’ featuring Lonas, out now via FADER Label.
It’s a bittersweet bedroom pop daydream, inspired by a concerning late-night call to Lonas by a friend.
“Depression and drugs have taken a lot of my friends and peers over the years. Most often you don’t get the chance to intervene or tell them you love them. The only call you get is the one letting you know they’re gone. In June of 2018 I was woken up by a call from one of my best friends. He was drunk and alone in New York. He was done. Calling to say goodbye. I kept him on the phone for two hours, weaving my words like I was disarming a bomb, wishing I were more qualified for the job, that I had steadier hands. In the end, it took a team of friends, parents and a brief trip to the psych ward to save my friend. It took me over a year to put into words how helpless I felt trying to save him from 3000 miles away. Part of me hopes that no one will relate to these words, but I fear it may be the most relatable song I’ve written.”
Sounds like: Kasbo, Petit Biscuit, Grant, Talos
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