Rising indie-pop singer and songwriter Cade Hoppe is back now with the release of his new single, ‘Morphine,’ out on all streaming platforms.
‘Morphine’ is Cade’s most tender and soul-baring track to date. Sung in his distinctive baritone, it’s a song about coping with the weight of life’s expectations. “I think your life experiences can either make you the person you always feared you’d become or the person you always hoped you’d become,” Cade expands. “By putting this song out, I hope I’m one step closer to the latter.”
Originally hailing from Sacramento, CA, and now based in New York, Cade originally moved to the East Coast to pursue academic and athletic opportunities. He’d been writing songs and playing piano, guitar, bass, and saxophone since childhood, but it wasn’t until 2020 that he started to explore the possibility of recording and releasing his own songs to prioritize his true passion. After putting out a few experimental releases with his stepbrother, Nick Adams, Cade connected with producer Harper James — one half of Eighty Ninety — and began to develop his indie-pop sound. Together, they created his debut EP, “Tell Me How It’s Worth It,” which was released in late 2021.
Cade Hoppe‘s music sounds like The National made a Taylor Swift record endorsed by Chris Martin, Jack Antonoff, and Brandon Flowers. But, no matter whose music inspires comparison, the 22-year-old artist sets himself apart from others in the pop landscape with his warm, baritone vocals, earnest lyricism, and sticky pop melodies. With his steadfast determination and undeniable talent, Cade is well on his way to becoming an indie-pop mainstay.
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