Theodor Black’s “STROLLING” Ft. Osquello Is Great For Long Autumn Walks

And existentialism

Photo: Robin Niedojadlo

If you are looking for the perfect track to cavort around the park during this season, then Theodor Black’s latest single “STROLLING” ft. Osquello is perfect for the occasion. It’s got a nice, mild rush to it that keeps your blood pumping enough to…walk, but still chill enough to soak on the falling leaves, cool air, and Seasonal Affective Disorder. Speaking of SAD, “STROLLING” is a psychological dive into the shitstorm that you face when adulthood slaps you on the face. Enjoy:

Speaking of the track, Theodor shared: “when I made the song, I thought to myself, this beat sounds like it’s going for a stroll you know, it’s a pleasant walk through the park on a sunny autumn day. The context of the song however is a wander through two post adolescent minds trying to figure out life and all the bullshit that comes with it.”

The track is from his upcoming EP Garçon, which will be out on November 5th.