Holland artist Young & Sick has dropped “Bitter End” from his upcoming EP, which will be out in the spring. It’s a funky arrhythmic disco piece that celebrates both the highs and lows of life. It’s a sonic kaleidoscope that dances with the ironic cycle of shittiness and goodness we can’t avoid throughout our existence:
“‘Bitter End’ is a celebration of seeing things through completely. It’s looking back at a pretty wild year of countless obstacles and turbulent skies. Through the eyes of an unstoppable maniac.” Shared Young & Sick.
Young & Sick is the solo project of Nick van Hofwegen, who is also a renowned designer. He has designed covers for Maroon 5’s Overexposed, Foster the People’s Torches, and Mikky Ekko’s “Kids.” He’ll be supporting The Knocks starting January, so go see him:
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