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Bea Miller & Dreamers Lollapalooza 2019



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Jeremy Zucker “comethru” Remix

Today, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker releases a remix of his breakout hit “comethru” featuring Bea Miller. Listen HERE!

“comethru,” taken from Jeremy’s latest EP summer, has an impressive 66 million streams on Spotify, and its video has over 24 million views to date and is featured on YouTube’s “Artist On The Rise” Trending Tab. On working with Bea to bring this remix to life, Jeremy says, “It’s been amazing to see how well this song has been received. I wanted to do something exciting for my fans and give it a new spin. I’ve been a fan of Bea for long time and thought she’d be the perfect addition the song. We got together a couple of weeks ago to make this remix, and I’m psyched about the way it came out.”

Recently returning from a sold out European and UK headline tour, fans can expect new music from Jeremy this spring.

Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 23-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his EP breathe as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology. He cranked out songs in his dorm room and released them over Soundcloud—one every week. He later transferred them over to Spotify, where breathe’s lead single “Bout It” became the catalyst, hitting Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist. Following the massive streaming success of his 2017 single “talk is overrated” featuring blackbear, 2018’s intensely personal EP glisten delivered the groundbreaking song “all the kids are depressed,” the first widespread glimpse into Zucker’s songwriting ethos. The track has over 56 million Spotify streams to date and its powerful video, directed by Drew Kirsch (Felix Jaehn, blackbear, Louis the Child, Quinn XCII), has over 7 million views to date. Last May, he graduated from Colorado College and put his degree aside to finally pursue his dream of making music, which resulted in his latest EP, summer,. As Zucker enters this next phase of his career, he brings a new love letter to life that fans will undoubtedly connect with.

S.L.U.T. x Bea Miller

Co-written by Bea Miller, Steph Jones and Ido Zmishlany, S.L.U.T. (sweet little unforgettable thing) is one of the featured tracks from Bea’s recently released chapter three: yellow EP. The companion video, directed by duo AJ & Miles (whose credits include Billie Eilish, Stanaj, Jaden Smith and Kid Ink), features women representing beauty in all its shapes, sizes and ethnicities.

While the title is provocative, the message of the funk-tinged song is timely. Harassment comes in many forms and it’s what sparked the origin of the song. As Bea tells it, she was wearing a bodysuit and white skirt. It was hot, and I wasn’t wearing a bra, which I thought was perfectly acceptable, she says, noting, I have little baby boobs. But when Miller posted a photo, a young woman who saw it begged to differ, rudely.

The girl called me a slut, and I lost it, Miller remembers. I was ranting. Women should support each other and I don’t understand what the problem is with nipples. Miller had a thought to look up the nasty term on Urban Dictionary, and found a post defining it as an acronym for Sweet Little Unforgettable Thing and a lyric was born. I thought, that’s amazing, recalls Miller, and we wound up writing a fantastic song that was also a cool and funny response to this girl.

If you don’t like what I’m wearing

Well you’re only bothered cuz you’re staring

And you’ll never talk me into caring

Cuz it’s my own and I’ll keep owning it

Just mind your own and I’ll keep owning it

We gotta learn to stick together

Love your color, gender or whatever

Cuz your happiness don’t need a sensor

Just mind your own and we’ll keep owning it




Presented by AT&T and AUDIENCE

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Tune in TONIGHT at 9 PM ET/PT to watch the broadcast premiere of the

concert special on AT&T* AUDIENCE Network

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Click (HERE) for a sneak peek of Bea’s performance (sweet little unforgettable thing)

Bea Miller brings her indomitable voice to the concert stage in this intimate performance of songs off her recently released EPs: chapter two: red and chapter three: yellow.

Miller is gearing up for the release of her sophomore album, which she created with Julia MichaelsJustin Tranter, Sir Nolan, Jesse Shatkin, Pop & Oak, Ilsey and Nick Jonas, among others. Itߣs been a year-long project ߝ an anthology of EP releases chapter one: bluechapter two: red and chapter three: yellow that will culminate with her second full-length Hollywood Records album (which will include 5 additional new songs).

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Bea Miller’s “chapter 3: yellow” out today

stages of a relationship:chapter 1: blue (sadness); chapter 2: red (anger);

chapter 3: yellow (self-acceptance)



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Continuing her year-long album roll-out, Bea Miller is releasing

chapter three: yellow today.


Over the past year, Miller’s slowly released parts of her as-yet-to be titled sophomore album, revealing the music in three-song collections, each designed to bring fans along the journey, in stages, of the dissolution of a relationship.

chapter 1: blue (out now)

chapter 2: red (out now)

 chapter 3: yellow (out today)

(“repercussions,” “S.L.U.T.,” “to the grave” )

sophomore album (due out early 2018)
Miller’s full-length sophomore album is slated for early 2018 and will consist of the three previously released c! hapters plus three new tracks to complete the story arc.


The album features collaborations with a number of notable songwriters and producers including Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Sir Nolan, Jesse Shatkin and Pop & Oak, to Ilsey and Nick Jonas to name a few.

chapter 3: yellow

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Bea Miller’s “buy me diamonds” premiered on Vevo

Directed by duo AJ & Miles (who have recently worked with some of the newest rising artists such as Billie EilishStanajJaden Smith, and Kid Ink) the video was shot in Los Angeles and features Bea’s best friend.

The focus song on chapter two: red, “buy me diamonds,” (co-written by Miller, Ido Zmishlany and Steph Jones), “is very sarcastic,” notes Miller. “I was thinking of this previous relationship, and at that point it was, ‘How dare you try to come back into my life after how you made me feel about myself? So the sarcasm stemmed from anger. But anger can be very empowering – I think it can be used to create something amazing.” 


Each collection in Miller’s year long album project has a theme tied to a different primary color: chapter one: blue (out now) evoked “the sadness you feel when there’s somebody in your life who you have to let go of”; chapter two: red, released on June 2nd, represents “the very important next step. I wrote the songs on red in that period of time where I was ready to pick myself up, brush myself off and start again”; chapter three: yellow, releasing in August, will continue the journey of self-discovery; and the as-yet-to be titled full-length album (which features collaborations with a number of notable songwriters and producers including Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Sir Nolan, Jesse Shatkin and Pop & Oak, to Ilsey and Nick Jonas to name a few) to be released in November, will consist of the nine previously released songs and include three new tracks to complete the story arc.