Discover Weekly: Spader And His Hit Song, Camera Roll

In the winter of 2020, New Jersey artist Spader, wrote a song that dealt with heartbreak and looking through old memories. His camera roll was a toxic environment that made him get feelings of jealousy, lust, anger, and hostility. He channeled these emotions while in the recording process to tell the story. The sad guitar loop and airy pop vocals strike right away and catch the listener by surprise. When the drums hit, the catchy melody and meaningful lyrics of the chorus also begins playing. The whole song is written well enough that the listener can play a movie in their head. Since its release, Spader has touched the hearts of well over 100k people with this single alone. Rumor has it, Spader is about to release a ton of new music.

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