Mysterious rising artist Stoner takes us into the softcore layers of psychedelia in his new single “Ultra-Lite Midlife Paradise.” Tinted with elements of blues, “Ultra-Lite Midlife Paradise” delineates our bizarre relationship with mortality in a minimalistic kaleidoscopic soundscape. Stream below:
“’Ultra-Lite Midlife Paradise’ is about returning home and dealing with a parent who was very fearful of death,” says Stoner.
We don’t know who Stoner is except that he’s a marketing genius when it comes to artistic monikers we won’t forget.
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