Only 23, Jeremy Zucker entered the high stakes of the music world when his single ‘Heavy’ was remixed into Blackbear’s ‘Make Daddy Proud’ and streamed seemingly endlessly on Spotify. Leaning towards indie-pop, he has six EPs under his belt and is now signed with Republic Records. Keen to maintain a narrative to his EP’s one of his most popular singles—’All the Kids Are Depressed’—led to a selection of socially focused songs, reflecting the struggles of the generation. Having supported Lauv on tour, he now tops over 10 million spotify listens and recently performed at Reading and Leeds as well as Lola Paloosa in the US. This is his first show in Japan, so get your tickets fast!
Note that the show starts at 7:30 pm but doors open an hour beforehand—we advise you arrive on time as Japanese shows tend to start on time, and don’t always have support acts. There is a mandatory ¥500 drink purchase required on entry, which requires cash, so remember some change!
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