Renaissance man Young & Sick proves he can take on the classics. The multitalented Dutch artist has recently given us reason to believe he makes perfect pop music, and his cover of Fleetwood Mac’s iconic “Dreams” solidifies his rightful place within the modern pop master canon.
Young & Sick is an art and music project created by the Dutch artist Nick van Hofwegen, this project resides in Los Angeles and New York . Young & Sick is currently signed to Harvest Records, and has collaborated and created artwork for various renowned artists. Active since 2011, Young & Sick has a somewhat different, but very interesting R&B proposal .
He has released his new album BROTHER. The album came out of self-imposed isolation – written and recorded in a Vermont cabin with Luke Woods, Young & Sick‘s bandmate and longtime music director. Woods’ near-death experience served as a catalyst for the themes BROTHER explores, as Young & Sick contemplates the transiency of life and navigates the process of healing. BROTHER guides us on an enchanting journey, fusing operatics with electronic flourishes; impressionist-era orchestration alongside modern.