Manchester Orchestra teams up with USERx on “Headsick”

Following their debut single “Waterman” and collaboration “Above” with Masego and West Banks, USERx enters 2021 with the emotion-filled “Headsick”, featuring Manchester Orchestra, out now on Neon Gold/Atlantic Records. Listen HERE. The duo has also announced their self-titled debut EP, to be released Friday, March 12th

On the collaboration Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra said: “I became friends with Matt a few years ago and have loved watching him continue to create and evolve into an amazing artist. It was a no brainer when he asked to collaborate and when I heard the initial bones of this song, it became all the more exciting. Matt and Roz are a really complimentary team and the final product gave me the chills.”

And Matt Maeson said, “Manchester Orchestra has always been my favorite band. Rozwell and I have probably spun “Leaky Breaks” a thousand times over. Andy’s songwriting, specifically, continues to have a huge impact on my own writing. The way he writes and the subjects he chooses to write about are very human and admirable. That, combined with the way the band changes dynamics in such creative ways depending on where the emotion or lyrics lead the song, has inspired time and time again. 

All I can say is collaborating on “Headsick” with them is an incredibly validating feeling and I’m honored that they would lend their greatness to us for a song that we’re all very proud of.”

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