SHARER (YOUNG & SICK + JD SAMSON) RELEASE SECOND TRACK “INTO THIS LOVE” TODAY HERE
PREMIERED VIA BULLETT MAGAZINE HERE
Today, SHARER, the duo formed by Young & Sick (Nick van Hofwegen) and JD Samson (MEN / Le Tigre) release their second track “Into This Love” HERE. Bullett Magazine premiered their universal love anthem HERE and says: “…delivering a nostalgic ’90s house palette that rides in a similar lane Shamir’s impressive debut Rachet. Happily devoid of overwrought lyricism and production, SHARER offers an undeniable groove that speaks to a limitless generation.
“I was so honored to start working with the amazing JD Samson. I have always been a massive fan of her work and now that we are bandmates, I get to both bear witness to and be a part of her outstanding open-mindedness and remarkably creative mindset. Never have I sung words with the same intensity as JD’s. It’s poetry, absolute poetry. “Into This Love” is, to me, an ode to the higher power that is love, a place that knows no gender, no religion, no social barricades, and no logic. I am so very INTO THIS LOVE.” – Nick van Hofwegen (Young & Sick)
“Into This Love” is a favorite for me, mostly because it was the song that made me realize what a great team Nick and I were. His arpeggiators were exactly what I had in mind to match the vocal melody, and we kept thinking in synch for the rest of the production and writing process thereafter. We aren’t stressed and that is clear in our songwriting. This project is fun for us and hopefully that feeling is apparent in the music. – JD Samson
Listen to “Into This Love”:
Individually, Young & Sick released his self-titled debut album via Harvest/CAPITOL last year and JD Samson released MEN’s Labor album last year and co-founded the label Atlas Chair, which is home to AVAN LAVA, Baby Alpaca, bottoms, Bianca Casady & The C.i.A (from CocoRosie) and Kitten Forever, for instance.
Earlier in August, they released “Body Tonight, a track that has vocals by Jo Lampert (Tune-Yards, AVAN LAVA) and Xavier Smith, alongside Nick and JD. The LEFTI Remix of the track went to the top of the Hype Machine charts instantly.
“…could host a variety of dances from the Cha-Cha to the Tango — it’s just that diverse in its sound, from jazz to soul to EDM. The harmonies in the chorus (“Bring me closer to your body tonight / Bring me closer to your lovin’ all right”) are just phenomenal.” – Stereogum
“he’s brought “Body Tonight” into nu disco territory, with infectious synths, flutes and an overall instrumental that amplifies the affect of SHARER’s vocals.” Earmilk about LEFTI’s “Body Tonight” Remix