New artist Evan Barlow appears to be sticking to his commitment to raise the bar of sound in art as he pushes the envelope with the release of his emotionally surged new single, ‘Come Together,’ from his forthcoming project, ‘FABRICS.’ The rising star unveils his real life struggle as a recovering drug addict in the new banger, dropping lyrics that bring vividness to the dark corners of drug temptation.
“ I lay I’m restless I cannot believe I questioning going back second guessing myself, I know the answer is no! Know what the answer is, know that this demons cancerous, know that I can’t substain it impossible to maintain it, but I can’t the sickness is too much for me to handle my stomach is doing flips this picture up on the mantle is fucking with me inside,” Barlow belts out in reference to the picture of his deceased mother’s photo over his mantle.
The Richmond native is known for shattering genre-barriers and creatively merging different types of music to achieve a new sound he’s coined as “music of the day after tomorrow.” Barlow is currently in the studio working on his highly anticipated mixtape “FABRICS.” He’s worked with an incredible group of artists on his new project, including the talented producer Bink, (Kanye West, Jay Z), Pop Wansel producers Some Randoms, Chally, (who is signed to Timbaland) Macklemore’s horn players Greg Kramer and Ouwor Arunga, as well as Andrew Hypes, Will Perry, and more.
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