Republic Records released singers/songwriters/producers Chelsea Cutler and Jeremy Zucker‘s charming indie pop piece “you were good to me”—a tale of lost love; the narrative was written in a quaint Connecticut cabin, the same spot they constructed “better off” last year. Zucker recently wrapped up his sold-out anything, anywhere tour. Meanwhile, Cutler recently ended the sold-out North American leg of her Sleeping With Roses Part II // World Tour.
“The cabin was basically a recording studio built in an old carriage house,” said Zucker. “The walls were lined with vintage guitars, keyboards, drums and loads of random items that we ended up putting in our song. In between writing sessions, we would hike, watch movies or just talk about life. The music really represents how we felt at that cabin: inspired, wholesome and introspective.”
Revel in the beauty of Chelsea Cutler and Jeremy Zucker’s “you were good to me” below.