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“Sex On Drugs” By Male Tears Is A Seriously Addictive Song!

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An addictive song is one that you naturally find yourself playing on repeat over and over again. I swear, you won’t be able to stop jamming to “Sex On Drugs” by the Synthpop band Male Tears.

It’s got this thing that hooks you from the very first second! if you haven’t heard it yet, you’re missing out on some serious auditory bliss.

What Makes “Sex On Drugs” An Addictive Song?

No doubt, this question has a bunch of answers. First off, the synth melody is upbeat and danceable. It’s not just gonna make you wanna move your whole body, but your brain also releases chemicals like dopamine that make you feel freakin’ awesome.

On top of that, there’s this retro and vintage vibe to its style, like if you mixed New Order with the Pet Shop Boys. The result is a track that leaves you speechless, and I’m not just talking about the bold title of the song, but the magical nostalgia it awakens in you.

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Also, this banger wouldn’t be the same without the powerful vocals of lead singer James Edward. His delivery is both emotional and fierce, and he’s got this crazy ability to hypnotize you.

But hands down, my favorite part is when the whole band belts out those three words at the top of their lungs, “SEX ON DRUGS.” It’s just epic!

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A Roller Coaster of Highs and Lows

So basically, this tune is all about someone getting trapped in this wild and seductive loop of chasing thrills through drugs and sex. But underneath all that, this person is dealing with a gnawing sense of emptiness and self-loathing.

In short, the lyrics describe a crazy roller coaster of highs and lows. Believe it or not, the single was officially released on Valentine’s Day, but it’s never too late to discover gems.

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By Erick Ycaza

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style. Surprisingly, I have been blogging and writing about music since 2007.