We are all very familiar with the term “Adulting” and quickly came to the realization that it’s so not for the faint-hearted. Nashville-based performance artist Jung Youth shares his thoughts on the matter by reflecting on how times were much simpler as a kid. To make this happen, he teams up with his frequent collaborator Super Duper who helps craft an upbeat, summer-tinged soundscape for Youth to paint nostalgic pictures for us to revel in, even if it’s for a short time. As Youth puts it, he was inspired to make the song just after he signed up for health insurance and found out just how costly the plans were. This triggered the inner-child and had him yearning for the days where responsibilities were relegated to house chores and the majority of the time was spent on being carefree and living life as a kid. In other words, Jung Youth encourages us to take time out to escape from the trappings of adult life every once in a while to rejuvenate our spirits.

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