The most recent track to surface – Chained – reflects on a world in which many become aligned to a way of life for the simple reason that it is what they know and never taking time to challenge themselves to discover if there is perhaps a more fulfilling life readily accessible.
The first track to surface from the EP – Crooked Moon, which came out today as a standalone single, fills the room with a mesmeric hypnosis of melancholic drifting shadow as piano and vocal slowly thread through one another.
On the 28th of April the downtempo LP in half by the Swedish musician david shouji was released.
A half a dozen track album, available on bandcamp, of instrumentation, voice and electronica that is drawn from a personal introspective, even adding recollected samples from early material, which doesn’t however leave the listener out in the cold as the ambient flow of unflustered frequencies envelopes the room in a meditative calmness extending an invitation for the audience to contemplate their own narrative.
There is a warm undertow to Vantage Point which is drawn by an underpinning of acoustic instrumentation that pulls the listener inexorably in to the web of the multilayered composition with the vocal adding a singular identity of drifting sadness.