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St. Humain - 'METADRAMATIC - Deluxe'

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The new deluxe EP from Sydney's St. Humain, 'METADRAMATIC' features some stunning collaborations, remixes and a brand new track, 'How To Lie'. The pop-electronic bop touches on mental health and how we often say “we’re fine” rather than being truthful of our feelings.

St. Humain is a genre-agnostic artist based in Sydney, Australia. Born in Singapore, the musician's colourful, multi-cultural upbringing infuses his sound with a vibrancy like no other. With his music built around honest and personal stories from his own life, his latest EP 'METADRAMATIC' is like reading from his journal, as every song peels back a layer, revealing more and more. 'METADRAMATIC' narrates the feelings we all face in our lives when it comes to relationships, with lovers, friends, and with yourself. Sonically, the EP sees the artist heading towards an interesting intersection between pop, electronic and R&B.

Now unveiling 'METADRAMATIC - Deluxe', the artist is sharing collaborations, remixes and a brand new track, 'How To Lie'. The pop-electronic bop touches on mental health and how we often say “we’re fine” rather than being truthful of our feelings. St. Humain confides, “This is a true story of escaping Sydney for a bit some time ago, to visit my homeland Singapore with two of my good friends, which was very good for me to clear my headspace. It also includes a story where I surprised a fan when I hand-delivered her the merch she bought from my store! This song is dedicated to that fan (KF) for their continued support through all these years up to now."

'How to Lie' is co-written and produced by David Balshaw, 1/2 of South African production duo The Imports (Beyoncé, NOTD, Jon Vinyl), mixed by Simon Cohen (Justin Bieber, Troye Sivan, Chet Faker) and mastered by Dale Becker (SZA, Joji, Lil Nas X, Doja Cat). Its vulnerable narrative is a juxtaposition to the song’s sonic energy, staying true to the artist’s signature sound of falsetto vocals, sparkling synths and move-inducing beats.

St. Humain has garnered millions of streams for his music to date, as well as acclaim from the likes of Billboard, Live Nation's Ones to Watch, Wonderland Magazine and Earmilk, to name a few. Accompanying the success of his music, St. Humain also runs his own apparel brand, Emotional Sauna.

Named after his debut EP, the brand offers pieces that allow our minds to escape into an aesthetic. It's pro escapism, by St. Humain: Each music release has been paired with a line of apparel to compliment its unique world of that release. With limited runs and small batches that will never be reprinted, the artist is offering entirely exclusive pieces.

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