“Sweet Tooth” is the follow up to Munk Duane’s late Summer release “Dangerous” (Aug. 21, 2020), an observational slice of Soul-Pop focusing on the siege of divisive false narratives we are plagued with, seemingly by the minute, in today’s world. “Dangerous” hit big for Munk on Spotify with listeners increasing from several hundred to tens of thousands in a few short weeks. This time out, the soulful and sexy “Sweet Tooth” (Oct. 23, 2020) delivers a lighter story about “temptation” in the face of fidelity, with a smooth Alt R&B vibe that pays an unapologetic homage to his musical heroes.
The song was Mastered by Brian Lucey at Magic Garden Mastering, LA, who mastered multiple Grammy winning albums by The Black Keys, Green Day, Lucinda Williams, The Greatest Showman Soundtrack and more, helping to elevate Munk’s notable production chops to chart-topper levels.
“On my last two singles (2018’s “Another Day Another Bullet” and “Dangerous”, released in late Summer 2020), I was in my “Shame Against The Machine” social observation and commentary mode, taking on heavier topics like gun violence and divisive false narratives. On “Sweet Tooth” I wanted to pivot to something a little more fun, and a lot more sultry, if only for a moment, just to take a breath. The song spins a more intimate tail of “temptation” in relationships, a topic almost everyone can relate to, if not comfortably talk about.”