Canadian rockers Blessed explore the psychological weight of decision-making, especially when you’re wrestling with imposter syndrome, in their new single “Centre.” It’s a bursting piece fueled with propulsive percussion that unleashes all the pent-up emotions we carry when we’re struggling with the dreadful process of overthinking every choice. The song comes with a video directed by Mitch Huttema, which you can check out below:
On the track, Blessed’s Drew Riekman shared: “‘Centre’ ruminates on decision making and scrutinizing every aspect of your existence. Wondering if the path you’re on is the best place for you in an emotional and personal health sense. Imposter syndrome is difficult to overcome, especially coming from a smaller community. I commonly won’t reach out to people because I feel I’m worth less of their time than others.”
The track is from their upcoming EP iii, which will be out on February 19th via Flemish Eye.
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