GET PUMPED UP FOR MAX DRAZEN’S NEW SINGLE “CAFFEINE”
Grab your coffee cups ladies and gentlemen, Max Drazen has dropped his patiently awaited new single “Caffeine.” Fans have eagerly been waiting for the new song after Max teased it on TikTok last July and the video surpassed millions of views in 24 hours. Max released this track via Capitol Records following his debut song “Let Me Down Slow.” Written entirely by Max, “Caffeine” is the perfect song that emulates the ups and downs of a relationship and how a couple has two different ways of approaching life. He promoted this song all over TikTok, Twitter and is very exciting for fans to finally listen to his newest bop.
“Caffeine” is a song that immediately needs to be added to your playlists. A light tune with whistling in the back that you for sure want to try and copy as you bob your head along to the beat. Max starts off with a deep more like talking voice then goes into a higher pitch for the chorus, which helps brighten up the song and it feels more lighthearted. Caffeine is the drink that would’ve prepared Max for the interaction with his partner. No food in his system, no hot steaming cup of coffee to sip on just a guy rushing out the door to discuss if the relationship is over for real this time or are they going to be like Ross and Rachel and just take a break? It is a relaxed melody explaining a relationship that is energetic but you just might get a caffeine crash from all the craziness. Well played, Max I’ll take my coffee iced with some caramel syrup.
“I love happy songs with sad lyrics. Songs that make you want to dance but also have a deeper meaning. Caffeine’s sonics match the energy of the honeymoon phase in a relationship, while the lyrics describe feeling hopeless but indifferent.”
Listen to “Caffeine” down below!
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