Cade Hoppe has today released his new EP titled ‘Everything That’s Wrong With You’. Bright colors shine through the speakers with every track on this EP that, in my opinion, is all too short, yet I consider but a taster of a brilliant career ahead.
Each song is distinct with the collective showcasing the skills of an already brilliant musician and future mentor captured in time as future classics.
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About ‘Everything That’s Wrong With You’
On the heels of his 2021 debut EP, ‘Tell Me How It’s Worth It,’ ‘Everything That’s Wrong with You’ is a five song collection that fully documents Cade’s growing confidence as both a songwriter and artist. The EP includes his 2022 singles, “Hurts” and “Morphine,” as well as 3 brand new songs, all of which he produced with Harper James. Ahead of the release, the titular track – “Everything That’s Wrong with You” – has been making waves on TikTok and Instagram Reels after Cade posted a clip earlier this month. With over 4.8 million views and counting, it’s clear that he has found his sound and his audience. The official music video for “Everything That’s Wrong with You” is also out today.
Elaborating on the EP as a whole, Cade says: “’Everything That’s Wrong with You’ is about finding yourself, and choosing the version of you that makes you happiest over the version of you that pleases others. It might feel like the world is ending when the people that are supposed to love you unconditionally don’t approve of who you’re becoming, but then again, I think that says a lot more about them than it does about you.”
Cade Hoppe’s music sounds like if The National made a Taylor Swift record endorsed by Chris Martin, Jack Antonoff, and Brandon Flowers. But, no matter whose music inspires comparison, the 22-year-old artist sets himself apart from others in the pop landscape with his warm, baritone vocals, earnest lyricism and sticky pop melodies. With his steadfast determination and undeniable talent, Cade is well on his way to becoming an indie-pop mainstay.