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VANIC BARES IT ALL
11/20/20

Vanic, nee Jesse Hughes, is embracing his emotions with his latest offering "Sick of It" f/Bryce Fox. Released on 11/20 via Lowly Records, the single marks his first release since March when quarantine restrictions began.

In an effort to help people who have bottled up their emotions this year, "Sick of It” is the anthem you didn’t know you needed for the shit show that is 2020. While the track highlights Vanic's musical roots, it also explores new territories like house, DnB and bass.

Vanic first emerged in the electronic scene back in 2016 with hits like "Samurai" and "Too Soon,” which both seeing commercial success and the latter scoring Vanic a standing Top 40 spot in the U.S. Dance Charts.

Stream Vanic’s "Sick of It" f/Bryce Fox below and keep an eye out for more new music.