We did an interview with the artist over a cup of coffee about this latest release, here’s what they had to say!
Tell us about your track
Vespera is about the same character going from a narcissistic view of himself to a place of self-doubt, due to the choices he/she made in their life. The whole album represents a fight. This is apparent in the first song of the album itself which also acts as an introduction. The pilot, beautifully voiced by Josh Porter, leads you from the city of narcissism to the valley of self doubt in the outro called Memento Mori(Written by Ritika Sakhuja). The songs in order are Fall, Starry Eyes, Don’t Need You, Tryin’, Tenebrous interlude (future bass track) and Ode To Self. Each song tells the listener a small part of the story through a cinematic journey that each and everyone of us have been through or go through on a daily. The story ends on a cliffhanger to make the listeners curious for the next album.
Tell us your inspiration behind this track
Being inspired by the likes of Micheal Jackson, The Weeknd has led me to create this sonic journey of a character that I embodied for this album.
How long did it take to record the track album EP ?
It took me almost a year to record, mix and master this album
What is the meaning behind the lyrics?
Each song represents a small part of the story. Fall is the narcissistic place where the character is, Starry eyes represents the mistakes he made , Don’t need you is the character being in denial, Tryin represents the Character straight out lying to himself and ode to self is him calling out to himself for help and saving him from the darkness he has fallen into.
What brings next after this release?
The story of character will continue and I will show more of his dark and twisted patterns he has fallen into and how he has embraced them now rather than fixing them