News: Sadeyes Releases Boastful Cloud-rap Single ‘Dropout’ Ahead of UK / Irish tour with Nothing, Nowhere. and Guccihighwaters in November

Portland creative sadeyes  has had a busy year – after the release of his debut album and two EPs, the prolific artist still has more music on the horizon. Today, he shares a suave new single titled ‘dropout’ that finds him venturing from lo-fi into cloud-rap with a menacing track featuring a loop of twinkly keys infused into a trap beat. Stroking his own ego with boastful rhymes, he lyrically flexes on his haters and anyone else who’s doubted him, creating the perfect song to vibe to during your next blunt rotation. “I’m ready to be vulnerable with my music again in new ways,” says sadeyes. “I’m not the same19-year-old kid I was when lo-fi was all I felt like I could express myself with.”

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About sadeyes:
sadeyes (Nate Lewis) pushes the envelope as an artist, drawing from alternative, emo rap, and hyperpop to sonically represent his truth. Channeling the versatility of the human experience,Lewis’ confessional lyricism, haunting metaphors and lo-fi production embody a vulnerability that’s universally relatable. Since his start in 2017, sadeyes has released a carefully crafted catalog of over two dozen singles, three EPs and an album. As his name might suggest, sadeyes’ lyrics draw deeply from his personal experience with all facets of human emotion—and the trek he’s had that inspires his storytelling. Love, heartbreak, personal loss, and reprieve of mental health are themes common throughout his songs. Over the course of his career, sadeyes amassed over 140M+ streams, 820k+ monthly listeners, and an assiduous fanbase that proliferates with each release.
For more information on sadeyes, visit: TWITTER  |  INSTAGRAM

UK TOUR w/ nothing, nowhere. and guccihighwaters:
12 Leeds Key Club
13 Oxford O2 Academy2
14 Nottingham Bodega Social Club
15 Newcastle Cluny
17 Glasgow SWG3 Studio Warehouse
18 Manchester Club Academy
19 Dublin Academy Green Room
20 Belfast Limelight 2
22 Birmingham O2 Academy2
23 Bristol Fleece
24 London Electric Ballroom

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