Jeremy Zucker Drops Nostalgia-Soaked Music Video for "supercuts"
Watch the singer’s new visual here.
UPDATE (September 3, 2020): Jeremy Zucker has unveiled a music video for recently released single “supercuts.” Riffing on the song’s title, a reference to strip mall mainstay Supercuts, the video is set against idyllic suburban landscapes including a football field, sprawling highways and a classic diner.
“I wanted to play off of iconic, memorable images from my upbringing in a very typical American suburb,” Zucker explained in a statement. “The crew and I had a lot of fun capturing these moments using interesting angles, surrealist creative direction and just giving me the space to feel comfortable being myself on camera.”
Check out Jeremy Zucker’s “supercuts” music video above.
ORIGINAL STORY (July 24, 2020): Having introduced his debut album love is not dying following the release of “not ur friend” earlier this year, Jeremy Zucker has now dropped his latest single titled “supercuts.” In the summer tune, the Brooklyn singer-songwriter highlights the feeling of being in a love story that would eventually fail.
“I don’t want to make your momma cry at dinner and see her at the mall next winter, at Supercuts, she hates my guts, well alright,” Zucker sings. “I actually wrote ‘supercuts’ about a year ago in Sweden with Max Martin’s camp, so it’s a song that I’ve been sitting on for a while and waiting for the right time,” he commented in a press release. Further explaining the meaning behind the song, he describes “supercuts” as “the fear of being complacent and ending up where you started, which for [him] was a small town in the suburbs of New Jersey.” Despite the lyrics, the tune features upbeat instrumentation and a bright hook, spotlighting the “sarcastic, self-loathing tone behind [Zucker's] music.”
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- Stefan Kohli