Toronto-based artist Zanski invites us into a journey of self-acceptance within the chaos of our own internal selves in new single “Consequence.” It’s a serene, down-tempo piece where the syths burn with a smooth melodic flair. Enjoy:
“‘Consequence’ is a song about self-acceptance in the face of overwhelming internal struggle. It parallels themes of obsession and compulsion, and being able to accept that you are valid in spite of this friction and that you can escape,” he shared.
The track is from Zanski’s upcoming EP Upon Frigid Water, which will be out in June.
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