INTRN & Austin Harms Analyze Change Through Ambivalent Lens In “used to be”

For better or worse

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LA-based artist INTRN and Austin Harms team up in addressing our love/hate relationship towards change in new single “used to be.” The track is largely influenced by the duo’s own experience moving to Los Angeles as they carve their own path in the music industry while also facing the inevitable existential curveballs that come with age. Built on a chill indietronica production with raw riffs and melancholic shades, “used to be” serves as a two-way perspective reflection where both artists end up embracing the tough and unexpected nature of transitions:

INTRN is the solo project of San Diego native Jake Messig who has been making waves across the press and playlists, accumulating more than one million streams on Spotify in the last three months. Austin Harms is an artist hailing from the small rural city of Visalia, CA and has also been making buzz across various press for his latest works. Be on the lookout for more beats from the two this year.