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New Artist DRUGZZ will transport you to his electronic suburbia with new track “Someone Other Than Me”

Someone Other Than Me is the new track by USA based artist Sam Krager aka electronic artist under the name “DRUGZZ“. The debut of his new track to be released via Super Serious emerges as a swan from a lake, as Krager expresses suffering from depression and this impact on his upbringing. The upscale suburbia talent chooses to study, sleep, chill, relax and party by his own rules.

“I spent the last 6 years of my life starting and running a fresh salsa company called Uncle Kragers. I was working 70 hours in a kitchen chopping fucking cilantro while all my friends were outside going on vacations and playing sold out shows. Our company did very well, but I ended up hating my life. Inspiration comes in many ways – sometimes through cilantro stained hands.” he says.

The Debut track which has already been sprinkled with a magic dust was mastered by Joe LaPorta of Sterling Sound Studio, who is known for working on tracks with David Bowie, The WEEKND,  Foofighters, and The Killers gives, what should be a break-up record, a great summer sound, delivering electronic beats, lyrics with meaning all in perfect balance. In the process putting this DRUGZZ  debut in a different mental and listening space not only lyrically, but also artistically.

Speaking on the latest single, DRUGZZ comments: “Someone Other Than Me is a love struggle song. I wrote this song after getting out of an engagement in 2016. My heart was in shambles at the time and I couldn’t express clearly what was going on inside. So I wrote this song to help me get over her.”

The track is set for release March 2nd and can be streamed below. 

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