A&R Feedback: KILLTARZAN – Deep End

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Last month, KILLTARZAN put out a track called ‘Deep End’ that showcases a peculiar pronunciation of some words that we haven’t quite heard yet. From the start, he sings that a house isn’t a home, which displays the distance. It sounds like he’s lonely. Whether it is literally physically, or emotionally, is left to his creative license. The Texas artist shines bright, vocally, on the hook where he warns to not stick your feet anywhere. ‘Deep End’ was inspired by love and the fear of the unknown. Listen to the song produced by hazlewxxd below.

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