Track listing: Drown
Pensacola-based Slumberwell falls somewhere between Alt, Hip-Hop, and Pop--a bit of Biebs' feel, maybe some Sir Sly and definitely a stylistic nod to Post Malone. At least that's where Slumberwell's latest single "666Drown" would fit into your playlists.
You watch me drown
I can't recover
You let me down
I'm lost in doubt
Still I wonder
How will I keep my head
from going under?
Crystal clear production, tight sound, with a slightly vocordered vocal melody that honestly bounces pretty well, "666Drown" is set to drop on all major streaming services on July 28.
It will be the latest addition to a string of singles that have met with varying responses on Spotify, "detach" garnering over 26K streams at last count.
Lyrically, Slumberwell covers some pretty common but deep-cutting topics of loneliness, drug use and relationships not working out. I wish you'd call me: a feeling we've all had at one time or another, right? And from "Maybelline": Used to make up dreams of having children of our own, girl. Used to pick up homies on the street when they was homeless, what started as a dream has now turned into something hopeless. Hope is where the heart is, I guess I've always been hopeless.
Serious, harsh, honest, and difficult. But that's why we listen to music, right? Sometimes just to chill out, sometimes to ramp-up for a night out. But also to work through some of life's harder shit to confront. "666Drown" takes us there.