Pusher Reminds Us To Live In The Moment With, "Fall Apart"

Toronto-based electronic producer and singer-songwriter Pusher continues to lure in fans with his radiant and colorful hits, especially his latest single, "Fall Apart."

Martin Bernie (Pusher) has made waves in the electronic music scene through his artistic versatility that never fails to wow the listener. Most known for his dance, pop, and jazz influence, Pusher has received the opportunities to tour alongside acts like The Chainsmokers, Zeds Dead, and Phantoms. His music has also appeared in television shows such as Broad City, Siesta Key, and The Ellen Show.

Recently releasing his debut full-length album, 'Stay-At-Home Popstar,' the record is said to be a tongue-in-cheek, optimistic, apocalyptic album to enjoy as you watch civilization collapse. The album's second piece, "Fall Apart," offers a radiant embodiment of the entire album while gracing our speakers with incredible production skill and sonic depth.

Diving into the track "Fall Apart," the song opens with a glimmering array of synths and upbeat drum breaks that pierce our speakers with nothing but passion and life. As Pusher's vocals appear, he begins to sing of falling in debt and never getting out; however, it won't matter much once the ocean rises, and we're left fighting for our lives.

This track offers some comical similarities to Bo Burnham, as the nihilistic approach delivers this carefree atmosphere that leaves us savoring each moment we have on this plane. As the sparkling sonics continues to push through our speakers, a jazzy saxophone solo leads the way to the outro while closing the song with nothing but heart, soul, and distorted electronic sonics.

There's no better song to play when watching the world "Fall Apart" tha