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Super Whatevr is excited to share their newest collaboration with Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 on single “Carhartts & Converse (feat. Mark Hoppus)” out today via Hopeless Records. Co-written by both Super Whatevr and Hoppus, the track aims to encourage listeners to put their own self-worth and value above all else.
On the dream collaboration, vocalist Skyler McKee shares, “Y’all ever dream of creating art with someone you revere and respect? Yeah, I got to do that with Mark Hoppus. I wanted to make a song about courage and strength amidst people trying to put you down. A song about loving yourself for what you’re worth rather than what others say about you. Mark was an amazing person to work with because he’s so open to facilitating these conversations, and he’s just a badass songwriter in general. Enjoy the tune in your clothes that make you feel the most confident and don’t let anyone tell you that you’re worth anything less.”
“Carhartts & Converse” follows up Super Whatevr’s early 2020 release of latest full-length album don’t you wanna be glad? Produced by Courtney Ballard(Good Charlotte, Waterparks), the 12-song album follows the band’s 2017’s ‘Good Luck’ EP and 2018’s ‘Never Nothing’ in both in time and theme. Composed as a linear narrative tracing McKee’s path from unrest to inner peace, don’t you wanna be glad? calls back lyrical elements from Super Whatevr’s previous albums to create as cohesive and deeply personal record as the duo – McKee and drummer Chase Vernon – have ever made. “This album is about the pursuit of joy” McKee adds. “I had to spend time deconstructing what it is that makes me glad.”
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