Hailing from Slovakia, Homes is a 22-year-old artist who makes raw, emotional music that fits perfectly during moments when you’re re-questioning things – lifestyle, career path, latte choice, relationships, etc. His latest single and video “Tell Me About Your Heart When The World Is Asleep” is an intimate acoustic piece with laidback, lush production where Homes dives into the topic of minimalism. The video, directed by Adam Rohal, showcases Homes in Chateau Šimák where the dim background and isolation yield an intimate visual journey:
“Sometimes less is more,” commented Homes. “I wanted the emotion of the song to be in the forefront and dominant and to not have to compete with anything.”
The song was originally inspired by his late nights hanging out with friends while drinking wine on a rooftop at his university campus. The song is also the follow up of his second EP Neha, which was released back in October.
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