Pop Artist Soulvarr Releases Newest Single ‘Lust’

Originally from Watertown, New York, but now based in Daytona Beach, Florida, pop and dance artist Soulvarr is no newcomer to music, coming from rock band, Autumn’s Last Fall. Real name Douglas Freeman, Soulvarr’s latest release, ‘Lust’, has been inspired by rapper Post Malone, and was created from a hard rock song he wrote for Autumn’s Last Fall.

A far cry from the industrial rock sound of Autumn’s Last Fall, the pop infused dance track ‘Lust’ opens with a gentle rain-drop sound, while Soulvarr introduces himself. Reminscent in feel of Post Malone’s tracks, particularly ‘Go Flex’ and ‘White Iverson’, Soulvarr nonetheless makes the style his own, with a laid back rap interlaced with a sung chorus.

Soulvarr hopes that his music will inspire people who are down, sad, or homeless, and give them some sort of hope to cling to.

Released on 13 December, ‘Lust’ is available to stream and download from Google Play Store, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, iHeart Radio, and Napster. You can find Soulvarr online on his official website, Reverbnation, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, and Instagram. Check out Autumn’s Last Fall on Reverbnation, Facebook, and their official website.

Soulvarr - Lust [Explicit Content]

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  1. Thank you for the recognition that this man deserves. He is a great husband stepfather but more of a father to my boys. He is so passionate about his music that it’s all he thinks about at times. He is beyond obsessed with his music. He is his music it is driven by personal experience. I hope more people come to love his music as much as we all do.

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