In the growing realm of anonymous artists consuming the spotlight, New York’s Aftertheparty is a name to remember.
The crooner, who takes signals from moody R&B and indie impacts has been a predictable force in atmospheric and smooth yields and most recently returned with his “Bupropion” single.
Named after the antidepressant of the same name, the track explores ATP’s struggle with heartbreak and a growing resistance to the meds that normally come to remove the agony.
The subject matter is coordinated with a similarly melancholic backdrop, self-produced by Party. The new cut arrives in front of his forthcoming album, the follow up to 2016’s What You Really Mean To Me.
Until the point when that arrives, get into “Bupropion.”
I know you want a fuck and a fight
And I got used to being left behind
Nobody gonna get you where you wanna go
Nobody gonna tell you what they really know