If you’re the type of person who lives with the mentality grass-is-greener-on-the-other-side, then here’s Japan, Man’s latest single “I Like To Wait.” It’s a funky bedroom pop piece where the gal reminds us that there isn’t somewhere better as we often like to daydream about – but there’s the option to be in the moment and make the best out of our environment. Hit play:
In her own words: “This song is written about being stuck in a certain place where you feel trapped and confused. Sometimes we feel as though life would be better if we were somewhere different with a fresh start, but in reality the only way to make life feel pleasurable is to be patient and await what is to come for us. Sometimes it’s hard to see that we have to live in the moment but when we start to do so, the time flies.”
“I Like To Wait” is from the gal’s upcoming debut EP Bad Days, which will be out on June 26th.
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