The Jurgen Clubs Rises To The Occasion With ‘Soft’

“Soft” or “Softie” were terms used to insult people – that was then. Nowadays while it still exists, there’s more of an acceptance to it which is a good thing. In fact being “soft” in any way, shape or form is seen as desirable (to a degree). While that is the case, there’s still one type of ‘soft’ that people are divided on. That being the male genitalia’s ability or lack there of to stand up to the occasion aka male impotence.

Whew talk about taboo! This topic albeit serious is swept under the rug because of the fear of unwanted tension or rejection whether among peers or lovers. n there are times when artists rise up and whip up hits like ‘Soft’ by the Danish group The Jurgen Clubs. Released March 9th in all major streaming platforms. This is a track that tackles a tale of a faulty member courtesy of lead singer Magnus Grilstad and his Tinder date, the long night that followed and it’s aftermath (ish). Spoiler: there was no date number two.

Employing humor and embracing the absurdity of it all instead of leaning on the dramatics. The Jurgen Clubs brings us this humorously addicting tune that we could jiggle to on the dance floor. With memorable vocals and fast paced instrumentals, it’s definitely something that will haunt you even in your sleep (in a good way of course). Whilst lyrics like “You made a full stop. Waiting for the sun to come up.” and “You’re in your underwear waiting for me to tear them up.” just makes the dark side in you grin a little. All in all making for an experience comparable to that of roller coaster but with more wit and adult comedy built into it.

So if you’re on the lookout for a uniquely funny song with a light hearted approach to a personal experience. Then ‘Soft’ by The Jurgen Clubs is the right pick for you to rock your bottoms to.

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Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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