Open, glazed, free, geometric, “I saw the bright shinies” reverberates through a picturesque, touchingly emotional synth. Its four minute run time somehow feels much longer, through its textures it seems to project an entire mood-shifting world onto the listener. Spectral yet warm and grandiose, the song conveys, dances around, and hypnotizes with a sense of directional stasis. The song has no lyrics, but the melody, played on theremin, speaks.
As humans we go through countless, sometimes contradictory moods, emotions, and thoughts. This song seems to acknowledge, sooth, and recharge them. Listen to have your ears opened and existential remorse quelled.
The song also has a really great animated music video worth checking out!
About the Curator - Sean Arison
Sean is a musician, writer, and artist currently studying psychology near Los Angeles, California. He really enjoys nice smelling fauna and homely ambient lighting. After exclusively listening to the Beatles, Beethoven, and Pink Floyd until the age of fourteen, he now possesses a wide music taste and loves discovering and sharing the beautiful art that he comes across. Sean loves how music is able to indefinably connect to the individual on such a unique and personal level. Sean is currently working on releasing his first full-length album in the near future. To know more, connect with Sean on Instagram!