“It is a processing of the partial separation, hostility and dishonesty of humanity and the desire to talk more and more openly with each other, to sort out problems and live more harmoniously together instead of relationships suddenly collapsing on you. Realization that most problems arise from poor or lack of communication.” Ophelia’s Eye
“The track was written very quickly after a fleeting encounter with a person who somehow felt strongly like a kindred spirit from another life. We never met again – and never will – but it made me think of all the people out there that might have been friends or lovers, or just of a like-mind, but who you’ll never encounter. Ships that pass in the night and all that stuff.” WOL
The band quickly understood how perfect this imperfect pairing of three alternative musicians and a classical singer would be. The record, written and performed together by the quartet in one room, fully encompasses their collaborative essence.
“Call,” illustrates the journey to find one’s true self in a world that profits off of people’s insecurities. The track speaks from the perspective of the outsider, the weirdo, the atypical, to remind us all that when we make changes to satisfy society, we sacrifice our true selves.
“I started writing to help process my emotions, and eventually turned many of those writings into songs. Before I started writing music, I listened to music to find songs I could relate to, so music has always been a big part of my life. I want my music to help people process what they’re going through and grow from it in a healthy way.” Avaraj
“For first time listeners, I would say expect the unexpected. I don’t tie myself down with labels or genres so the only constant you can expect with my music is change.” JP2