Having began within the EDM weblog world again in 2014, I do know a factor or two about throwing shade. When you suppose EDM Twitter is unhealthy now, it was the precise wild wild west with loads of producers, followers, and even promoters unafraid to throw shade any which means, warranted or not. Now, issues have turn out to be a bit extra tame — however SoCal duo Koastle are bringing shade again with their new music, “Literal Objectives.”
Fed up with the thoughts video games and superficial points of modern-day courting, Nashville songwriter Jake Neumar calls out the vanity of the so-called “fundamental” behaviors defining this technology.
Koastle shares how the music developed: “This music has been three years within the making. We wrote this music with some good buddies of ours. It began out after we have been hanging within the room, scrolling by Instagram. We noticed a publish from a lady that we went to varsity with, posing along with her boyfriend on the pool. As we have been going by the feedback, there have been so many ‘faux’ feedback from those who we knew would speak poorly about this woman behind her again. The feedback have been issues like ‘Omg y’all are excellent,’ ‘Can I be you?,’ and lastly, ‘Wow, Literal Objectives,’ therefore the music title. So, lengthy story quick, we wrote a music about fundamental people who find themselves faux on Instagram.”
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