It's way too hot in the summer heat and in need of something from a cooler time? Try a dose of Max Drazen's "Caffeine." In his newest track, Max Drazen tries talking himself out of a dilemma by blaming his need for a fresh cup of joe. His voice is sultry, but with just a touch of reminiscence and nostalgic innocence that would with no doubt reminds you of simple fun.
His breezy songwriting carries the groove that signs off the 2000s while giving nods to Greats like Elton John and Billy Joel. While "Caffeine" tackles the dragging dread of heartache, it feels light and bright with a note of the sweetest berries.
"I love happy songs with sad lyrics," Drazen says in a press release, "Songs that make you want to dance but also have a deeper meaning. 'Caffeine’s sonics match the energy of the honeymoon phase in a relationship, while the lyrics describe feeling hopeless but indifferent."
With "Caffeine" being his second ever single, Max Drazen is already proving himself as a promising songwriter with sky-high limits.