21-year-old superflirt drops his debut indie-pop hit, "Sober," an 80's-inspired, nostalgic, anti-drinking anthem
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Kiddest Sinke
April 14th, 2022

21-year-old, New Jersey born singer/songwriter/producer superflirt has one of the best debut singles of the year on his hands with “Sober,” a nostalgic, ‘80s-inspired indie-pop ear worm.

Boasting lush, layered vocals, fluttering guitar, and booming drums, "Sober" is inspired by the likes of music legends, like Prince and Fleetwood Mac, as well as newer artists, like Japanese House and Jeremy Zucker. The resulting sound feels both timeless and innovative.

Superflirt draws from his own experiences attending parties as the only person sober to create an anthem for anyone who has ever felt out-of-place at an event—whether that’s because they don’t drink, or simply because they don’t fit the stereotypical mold of the people occupying the space.

Never once sounding gimmicky or pretentious, superflirt creates a one-of-a-kind track that critiques drinking culture in a unique but relatable way—a testament to the emerging artist's songwriting chops. Truly, there is never a lackluster moment of this track, indicating a promising career ahead.

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