Feelings are complicated and we often get emotionally constipated by not being able to understand them properly. That’s why Vancouver Sleep Clinic went full-on hermit mode to craft his latest single “Ayahuasca” – a very lo-fi, chill track where his whispery vocals helps you sort out all the thoughts and sentiments that have been clouding your existence. You don’t need to pay $300 for therapy sessions, all you need to do is lock yourself with “Ayahuasca” and food:
”‘Ayahuasca’ is a world that I lived and breathed in over a weekend in my little studio apartment in LA. I bought a bunch of food, shut the blinds, lined the walls with LEDs & locked myself into a journey for three days” shared Vancouver Sleep Clinic. “It’s the song I’ve always wanted to make but never been brave enough to. Something that defied any normal expectation & allowed me to express every inch of what I was feeling at the time. A place where you can shut your eyes for 8 minutes and escape reality. ”
Having recently parted ways with major record label, the Aussie artist is planning to drop more music that showcases more of his creativity and independence this year. Stay tuned.
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