This is the toughest time of the year – all the holiday after-highs have died and the fact that it may take weeks (or months) before the next break has embedded itself into us like a cerebral parasite. There’s no cure – only a throwback to alleviate the pain. From the screens of your devices, re-live the ocean paradise via Siddhartha’s “Bacalar” (beach in Mexico)
The Mexican indie artist, Siddhartha, has a Keep-Calm-and-Carry-On face that anchors the serene aura he channels. We are guessing that if you’re bequeathed with a cool name like Siddhartha (YES, that is his legal second name), you’re just granted to compose baller ocean-inspired songs and manage to look vintage:
Siddhartha recently announced that he collaborated with Technicolor Fabrics for their new music video “Fuma” (“Smoke”), in which he was a featuring artist.
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