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Youngr Soars to Greater Heights as “Superman”

Chris Varvaro

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The fast rise to stardom by Youngr intensifies as the multi-instrumentalist talent offers up another great single that just came out via Armada Music. A tune that he says is dedicated to “all the people out there that always seem to be fucking up, but are only trying their best,” “Superman” rises to the occasion and offers a message hope and love to music lovers across the globe.

The track grabs the listener’s attention with a soft pad then adding light vocals over the soft chords. Featuring empowering lyrics, noble intentions and charged synths, “Superman” is not a traditional electronic track and certainly stands out among many dance tracks today because of its instrumental features and vocal message.

This is what Youngr had to say about the track when we had a chance to chat with him:

“’Superman’ was written at the beginning of the year. I’d recently been listening to a lot of Radiohead and Jon Hopkins, and although the song sounds nothing like either of those artists, they were a big inspiration behind the chords, the warmth and the use of drone noises and pedal notes, creating an otherworldly sort of texture. I wrote the song with the fabulous Dan McDougall and we really wanted to write a tune about simply trying your best in a relationship. Earlier that morning, I had gotten in a spot of trouble ‘cause I left the house without doing the dishes (again), even though I had every intention of doing them. I found myself halfway to the studio humming ideas for a new tune when I realized… FUCK! So this tune is for all the people out there that always seem to be fucking up, but are only trying their best”- Youngr

Since breaking through with self-released debut single “Out Of My System,” Youngr has raked in over 100 million streams all while playing over 160 shows in 45 countries, including sold-out tours across Europe and North America. Youngr made a name for himself with his unique performance style and one-take live videos of dancefloor friendly bootlegs, with his bootleg of The Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition” going viral and racking up over 15 million views in its first two weeks.

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