Melbourne producer/songwriter Tyson Kraft captures all the chaos and personal struggles he’s been through in his new song “Haunt Me” featuring the vocals of songstress Tiff Fung. It’s not a gloomy emo song though, instead it’s a chill piece of indietronica that heightens your mood. For someone who’s gone through a motorcycle accident and taught children in disadvantaged communities, Tyson spray paints his vulnerable and personal accounts over “Haunt Me.” Add it to your end-of-year bangers list:
“For a fleeting moment, I thought about stopping music all together. This song reflects my appreciation for the wonderful people that have come into my life and helped me to flourish and grow as both a musician and a person,” Kraft said. “I would like to dedicate this song to my amazing students at the Bangkok School for the Blind. Thank you for showing me how incredible you all are, and how you deal so effortlessly with challenges and setbacks. In the end, I think you all taught me more than I could ever teach you.”
Expect to hear new audible (not edible) Kraft goodness in the upcoming months.
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