November 08, 2022 1 min read

Teenage Sequence's synth-soaked new single "D.I.S Connect," out November 8 via Get Better Records, may sound like a pulsating dance track, but listen closely, and you'll realize it's a tune that centers on the tumultuous dating life many minorities face. Of the track, Teenage Sequence's Dewan-Dean Soomary explains: 

D.I.S Connect is a song that draws on the experiences that I and a lot of my friends of color have had with dating and love (or maybe more correctly lust)— the sudden horror that comes with realizing that to the person you’ve been pursuing, you are nothing more than an exotic trophy to be shown off. And the strange decision that then lies ahead: do I leave or continue to try and get, well, laid? 
 
The music itself actually pre-dates Teenage Sequence as an concept. I wrote a verse and chorus around the bass line about 6 years ago and then trashed it. My wife overheard me listening to that early version last year and found it funny and told me I should finish it. So I did. And here we are.

 

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