Jill Blutt is a singer-songwriter, producer, and visual artist from New York City. Not too long ago, she released a chill emo-pop tune, entitled, “Dopamine”.

Jill Blutt – “Dopamine” single

“This track is primarily about radically accepting one’s unhealthy coping mechanisms. ‘Dopamine’ is a cheerfully grim observation on the lengths we will go to feel something meaningful despite struggles with mental health. Whereas there is a common misconception that dopamine is the neurotransmitter responsible for causing happiness, it is actually involved with reward mechanisms in our brain that tell us to repeat a behavior, however ineffective the behavior may be.” – Jill Blutt

‘Dopamine’ tells a concerning tale of a young woman who struggles to cope with her mental wellbeing.  

Apparently, being hurt via an emotional heartache is the only way she can feel anything substantial.

Consequently, she turns off her senses because she’s trying not to notice how things really are.

Jill Blutt

Jill Blutt press photo

“I wrote this song when I realized that it was not productive to beat myself up for continuing behaviors I knew to be self-destructive. Rather, the song is an attempt to ‘put down the bat’ and admit that sometimes we’re not able to take the high road or do what’s best for ourselves—that ultimately, nothing matters, so you might as well give yourself a break.” – Jill Blutt

Jill Blutt is currently based in Boston while she finishes her degree at Berklee College of Music.

She mentored under Nona Hendryx (Labelle) and studied voice with Don Lawrence (Lady Gaga, Mick Jagger).

Her music seeks to comfort and validate listeners. Also, to provide representation for mental illness and queer experiences, while simultaneously not taking itself too seriously.

Jill Blutt – “Dopamine” single

Jill Blutt + Dopamine cover art

‘Dopamine’ contains a relatable storyline, warm vocals, and chill instrumentation scented with an emo-pop aroma.

The likable tune will be featured on Jill Blutt’s upcoming EP, entitled, “Snakes & Ladders”.

We recommend adding “Dopamine” to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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