Jeremy Zucker asks a lot of questions. He wonders about the state of the planet. He ponders
what’s on the mind of his crush. He marvels at what all of this means. No matter what though,
he’s always thinking bigger. He sees beyond the minutia of the moment and exhibits a desire for
deeper understanding that belies his age.
As such, the multiplatinum New Jersey-born singer, songwriter, and producer infuses alternative
pop with meaning. He grafts eloquent existential lyrics onto cinematic production laced with
guitar and grainy beat-craft. Piling up billions of streams, selling out global tours, and earning
widespread acclaim, he incites an irresistible and identifiable internal dialogue on his
forthcoming 2023 EP, introduced by “internet crush” and “OK,” out now [Mercury/Republic
“The EP is a exploration of opening yourself up to being vulnerable and surrendering to the
potential for pain in the pursuit of caring about something greater than you.”
Jeremy’s music has always leaned on conversation-starting lyricism and intimate sonic
architecture as the bedrock of his signature sound since 2015. Posting up 10 billion global
streams and selling over 4.5 million albums, he’s delivered relatable anthems at a relentless
pace, including the Platinum “all the kids are depressed,” “you were good to me” [with Chelsea
Cutler], and “comethru” as well as Gold singles “talk is overrated” [feat. blackbear] and “better
off” [with Chelsea Cutler]. He served up a pair of fan favorite albums, namely love is not dying
 and CRUSHER . Moreover, he has garnered praise from The New York
Times, Rolling Stone, Billboard, PAPER Magazine, Wonderland, and Marie Claire, among
others. Beyond selling out headline tours on four continents, he has performed at Lollapalooza,
Governors Ball, Firefly, and Reading & Leeds, to name a few. Plus, he shined on The Late
Show with Stephen Colbert, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and TODAY Show, and
more. He initially teased this chapter with “internet crush,” which piled up millions of streams
right out of the gate.
On the single “OK,” Jeremy reminds audiences he’s there for them with a chantable chorus over
creaky acoustic guitar, neon synths, and a steady beat. At the same time, the video encodes an
uplifting message in its narrative.
“This is about caring for someone and making sure they’re ok,” he explains. “I’m writing the
song as a way to make them feel better. The video is meant to cheer up the viewer in a time of
By posing questions, Jeremy is a lot like the rest of us.
“The EP is a question thrown into the void,” he leaves off. “It is a plea. Does anything matter
anymore? Or, is everything and everyone sort of jaded and are we just normalizing the downfall
of everything in the world that used to feel amazing and larger than life? It’s an age-old
Thankfully, Jeremy Zucker is asking.