New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the arts driven pop jam “Dead Mall” by PARENTZ. The track’s wavering energy is entombed in the atmosphere of the synth waves chiming through the air. Take a listen below!

“If your nostalgia for malls is left wanting after Stranger Things 3 give Dead Mall by PARENTZ a listen. The lyrics about skipping class, goofing off, and begging your sister for a ride home take you back to glorious pre-Uber days.” – Jeremy Sullivan

Purchase “Dead Mall” here

PARENTZ is the sometimes absurd, sometimes serious Oakland-based art-pop project of Jeremy Sullivan, with multi-instrumentalist and artist Jonathan Hall. You may know them from pumping ironic-pop songs like “Beach Body,” or the 100k+ streams hit “LoseCTRL.” The electronic duo return this summer with another zeitgeist-y head-nodder searching for the profound in the mundane with Dead Mall.

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