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Jeremy Aaron Shares Witty Gem ‘The Day the Internet Died’

There’s a strong playful overtone in Jeremy Aaron’s latest effort. ‘The Day the Internet Died’ channels late 70s/early 80s alt-pop stylings, making good use of spoken words, here used as a relatable stream of consciousness. Interlaced with a sung chorus, the record can be considered unique and quirky, certainly different from what’s running on the charts nowadays. 

That’s a great quality in our eyes; refraining from stepping into trends and proven formulas, Aaron follows his own artistic ethos, inspired by the likes of Talking Heads and Brian Eno, among others. A selection of dry and rounded synthesizers helps the track reach its zenith, empowering a listening experience that’s light and hypnotising, yet familiar and recognisable. 

Lyrically, ‘The Day the Internet Died’ focuses on the modern obsession with living online, a theme Aaron approaches with intelligent irony and wittiness. As he explains: “On the surface, it’s about a world without the internet, but it’s also about humanity and how people would respond to that reality. The chorus is about where we’re going.”

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