JEREMY ZUCKER UNVEILS NEW TRACK “julia”

LISTEN TO “julia” HERE 
WATCH THE “not ur friend” VIDEO HERE 

Today, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker gifts his fans with a new track off his upcoming debut albumlove is not dying, called “julia”—listen HERE!

Of “julia,” Jeremy says, “I wrote this song over a year ago, right when I got home from my first US headline tour. ‘julia’ is a song about self-realization and closure. It was the first song I finished for the album, and it encapsulates the most important emotions and feelings that come up in the album.”

“julia” follows Zucker’s lead single, “not ur friend,” which he released the official video for last week—watch it HERE! The video is directed by Hayley Bowman and edited by Jeremy alongside Stefan Kohli. “not ur friend,” which was co-written in collaboration with Max Martin’s MXM team and produced by Zucker, has already amassed nearly 10 million Spotify streams to date.

This summer, Zucker will embark on his North American and European “love is not dying” Tour—see the full list of upcoming tour dates below. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.jeremyzuckermusic.com/.

love is not dying arrives hot on the heels of Zucker’s 2019 collaboration with Chelsea Cutlerbrent, and their global viral hit, “you were good to me,” which has garnered nearly 120 million Spotify streams to date and is now Gold Certified. Jeremy’s 2018 breakout smash, “comethru,” is also Gold Certified with over 820 million streams. With over two billion global streams across his catalogue, Zucker has amassed 15 million Spotify monthly listeners, placing him in the top 200 most listened to artists in the world.

UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
April 30            Dublin                          The Academy
May 2              Paris                            Le Trabendo
May 4              Berlin                           Columbia Theater
May 5              Frankfurt                     Batschkapp
May 7              Zurich                          Dynamo
May 8              Munich                        Technikum
May 9              Vienna                         WUK
May 11            Hamburg                     Gruenspan
May 12            Cologne                      Live Music Hall
May 14            Amsterdam                 Melkweg
May 16            Brussels                      Ancienne Belgique
May 18            London                        O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
May 21            Morrison, CO              Red Rocks Amphitheatre*^
June 13           New Haven, CT          Toad’s Place
June 14           Washington, D.C.       9:30 Club
June 15           Boston, MA                 Royale
June 18           New York, NY             Terminal 5
June 22           Philadelphia, PA         Theatre of Living Arts
June 23           Toronto, ON                Danforth Music Hall
June 24           Detroit, MI                   Saint Andrews Hall
June 26           Atlanta, GA                 Variety Playhouse
June 27           Nashville, TN              Brooklyn Bowl
June 28           Chicago, IL                 House of Blues – Chicago
June 29           Minneapolis, MN         First Avenue
July 2              Dallas, TX                   House of Blues – Dallas
July 3              Houston, TX                House of Blues – Houston
July 6              Salt Lake City, UT      The Depot
July 8              Portland, OR               Crystal Ballroom
July 9              Seattle, WA                 Showbox at the Market
July 11            San Francisco, CA     The Fillmore*
July 12            San Francisco, CA     The Fillmore
July 14            San Diego, CA            The Observatory – North Park
July 15            Phoenix, AZ                The Van Buren
July 17            Los Angeles, CA         The Novo
* Sold Out
^ with Quinn XCII, Chelsea Cutler, ayokay

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