Jane Remover (FKA dltzk) Reveals New Artist Name + Shares New Single

Songwriter and producer Jane Remover, formerly known as dltzk, shares a new single featuring A-side “Royal Blue Walls” and B-side “Cage Girl”.  This single release via deadAir marks Jane’s first musical offering of 2022 and is a pivotal moment for the young artist sonically and nominally. Hailing from New Jersey, the 18-year-old artist represents the progress of rock music in the 2020s, melding a multitude of subgenres from electronic and alternative to slowcore and pop creating a new nostalgic sound.

“The stage name dltzk has never sat right with me. Oftentimes in interviews or during conversations, I struggle to get the name out of my mouth. Originally being a username I’d conjured when I was a kid, it reminds me of what I’ve been doing with my teen years… Hiding. The best way to figure out who you really are is through honest self-expression and I’d prefer to start anew,” says the artist about the name change.

“With that being said, most people know I’m not very fond of my EP Teen Week; it encapsulates a gradual acceptance of my own true self. While making that project, years ago, I was not in the same headspace, as I currently am today. I was much younger… I was a teen (LOL) and I was still learning how to navigate life. I’m not comfortable with the project as it currently is, so in the next coming weeks, that EP will be abridged to a version more to my liking,” Jane continues.

“dltzk reminds me of a period of my life I’d like to move past, and I hope you all understand my reasoning as to why I’m dropping it. I’ve spent enough time facing bigotry in my life, from the closest people in my life to even my own fans. I know, for a fact, who I am and what I stand for. Just so everyone is in the loop now, and I don’t have to keep beating around the bush: my name is Jane, from now on I make music as Jane Remover, and that’s all there is to it.”