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Still Woozy Drops New Single “That’s Life” From Upcoming Debut Album

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Still Woozy otherwise known as, Sven Gamsky, dropped his newest single “That’s life” last Monday. This is the fourth track released from his upcoming debut album If This Isn’t Nice, I don’t Know What Is.

“That’s Life” is a groovy laid-back record that fully embraces the many setbacks of life. This track perfectly balances the struggle of wanting to go back and recognizing that the past can’t be changed and being okay with that. “Well, that’s life why would it change now” Gamsky sings. The track comes alongside a music video where Gamsky explores the many highs and lows of life, beginning with the era of cavemen.

“The song is my attempt to make peace with life’s inconsistencies,” Gamsky states.

Still Woozy from the News of Their Debut 

Gamsky’s debut album is set to be released on August 13th. Gamsky has been releasing his quirky lo-fi/indie-pop hits since 2017. Since then, he has taken the world by storm. Gamsky has over five million monthly listeners on Spotify and millions of streams on his singles and debut EP Lately.

The official track list for Gamsky’s debut album was released along with an  announcement that he would be going on tour beginning in September. Gamsky will be performing all around North America and Europe and tickets went on sale last Friday.

Based upon the four singles released, it’s obvious that there will be quite an incredible variety of sounds. Above all, the eccentric mini universes created by Gamsky’s modulated synths and quirky guitar riffs will be sure to capture many. Gamsky’s unique artistry and raw honesty has got many on the edge of their seats for his long-awaited debut album. This album is sure to be nothing short of garage studio genius

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